How To Fix A Leaking Toilet Tank - Toilet Tank Repair - Remove Rusted Toilet Bolts




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bluewater454: Exactly what I needed. Glad you had so much trouble with yours. Nothing ever comes easy with my projects. Thats what you get with a home built in the 1920's and every repair over the last fifty years has been a jerry rig. 😫
Good vid.

Diggity Dee: I'm a clumsy girl but your instructions look easy so I'm going to give it a try! Thank you!

Balram Kumar: This guy has lot patience ...hate plumbing

Balram Kumar: I fukin removed the tank and took it out on driveway...used dremel to cut rubber...just frustrating

Lawrence H: Just wanted to send kudos to this video. The simple step of explaining the washers and rubber gaskets between the tank was a lifesaver for me that I completely missed when I repaired the toilet that I couldnt get rid of the damn leak until I realized that the rubber gasket and washer between the tank and the basin solved the leak completely. Much obliged!

john cote: awesome video my toilet has the same problem thank you

Reaper Actual: I have the same kit but I cannot tighten the wingnuts as they impact the bowl itself so they won't spin. How do I remedy this?

sixpackbinky: Is the water that is leaking out , leaking from the bottom into the floor, that is what mine is doing.

Scott Johnson: Thanks for the video. Replace the seal today after the floor guys took the toilet out but did not put any rubber washers back in, so it was leaking non-stop. Your video was helpful and informative, including hack sawing the bolts!!

William Smith: very good video.

Eric Deming: What brand of kit did you buy? Can I get it at Home Depot or Lowes?

Aaron Axelrod: Thank you very much for this video. It allowed me to fix the toilet without calling a plumber.

brazzir: took me two damn hours to saw the bolt off on one side but damnit i did it!now to go to hardware store and get the parts!!!!!whooe!PB 40 solvent helped the one side come loose slick as hell!thank u!

Xavier Xavier: Good video people it's not hard to do rather than pay at least $350.00 or more to get a plumber to fix it.

Rich Lo: Are you from Chicago? Sounds like you are..thanjs for the video

Christopher Hall: I don't understand - if the bolts were the cause of the leak wouldn't water have been evident on the floor?

Edwin Murillo: I appreciate your knowledge, time, and willingness to teach those of us facing this issue one time or another.

Will EfffuUp: Have you ever seen cracks form in the tank , not from anything hitting it either. It was fine this morning, when I got home it was leaking water from cracks in the tank (porcelain) I guess my question is have you ever seen that or does that happen often ?

Keith Blackwell: Thanks - the instructions that came with my bolt+gasket replacement kit were useless. After 2 fails I watched this video and got exactly the info I needed to succeed.

Lucas Brown: Very helpful to see this done before tackling it myself - thank you!
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