Folks, I need a little help.
I have a new Sealand toilet that I am trying to install in my '67 Caravel
. In the photos below you can see the new black toilet flange that is screwed into the tank. The tank has a female tread, and the flange is a male. The flange sits on and is attached to a plywood spacer that sits atop the black tank. My single piece plastic bathroom enclosure sits on top of all of that. I have painted it red, but it is the original plastic.
You can see that I put some silicone sealant to try to close the gap between the plastic bathroom enclosure and the flange. After that dried, I used the foam ring that came with the toilet and put the toilet on and bolted down.
When I flush, I get water coming out the sides of the bottom of the toilet, and also it comes out the side of the bathroom from between the plywood spacer and the bathroom enclosure. What am I doing wrong? I didn't use any sealant on either side of the foam ring. Maybe the flange needs to be on top or flush with the red bathroom enclosure? Do I need to get rid of the foam ring and just run several beads of sealant around the flange?
I am scratching my head and not sure what to do...