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Old 05-11-2018, 09:01 AM   #1
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Toilet Flange

Doing a flooring replacement in the bath of our 1994 Excella, and would like to rotate the toilet about 25 degrees and install a riser. How is the toilet flange attached to the black tank? Is it screwed in or glued? I have removed all the screws that anchor to the floor, but have not tried to rotate the flange. Thank you for any and all advice. Chris
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Mine is slip fit into the tank top and clamped at the neck. My toilet is on a wooded pedestal with a removable panel in the front. Access is easy. I had to change my flange after it broke from one to many pull and reseat jobs.
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Tried to pry it around by putting a bar between the bolts, but no luck. I carefully tapped it counter clockwise with a punch and hammer on the side of the flange where the bolts attach. Got lucky and it moved slowly to where I wanted it. Project completed!!!
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