GetDatPromo: My toilet is dripping water in the tank ! Any tips to stop the constant dripping in the tank ? Thanks
Jeanette Machen: This turned out to be exactly the situation with my toilet. Thanks. Got to go get a hacksaw blade now...
M. Williams: What if the leak is from the tank and the turn off valve...this was a very helpful vid
Cipriano Perez: great video very helpful! I had to cut them off too
Steven Kolden: Thanks! I'm glad you had to cut one as I had to do the same. You saved me plumbing costs! I really appreciate it!
Truth is Forever: Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!! No more excuses... I'm a 62 year old woman and I fixed my own toilet just listening to this tutorial.... I'm impressed with myself :)Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!!
Og Triple Og: Awesome video! Thank you very much for talking time to show us how to do this repair
crosses101: Great video. Very helpful!
Jerry Bastida: Perfect walk through. Took me from 'I have no idea what to do' to 'I can do this!' Thanks so much!
carolcheny: Thank you!
BATICHICA28: EXCELENTE!!!!!,,Mil Gracias..
David Wallis: Very informative and nicely edited. Great to see the out of the ordinary challenges like rusted bolts addressed.
sergio jimenez: Thank you!! I had to cut it off as well
Renee M: My toilet started leaking tonight. I found this video and was able to tighten the screws inside the tank. It stopped leaking! Now I will at least have enough time to go to the store and buy the parts tomorrow. I am a single mom and I had no idea what to do, thought I would have to replace the whole toilet, till I watched your video. Ty!!!
Lagena F: Thank you so much for this helpful video. I had no clue how to get one of the rusted screws out which is why I went to youtube for help! I do have one question...there is no leak that I see until I flushed the toilet. The left side screw is just barley leaking. Should I tighten it a bit? I'm scared to over tighten it. The other side has no leak at all. The left side was the reason I had to replace the screws in the first place as it was leaking on the left side to begin with.
LutairaNo1: Very Helpful...
Brian Irwin: Thank you for the video, I was thinking i could get way with leaving the tank in place and just replace the bolts one at a time, but I guess I should do the whole thing in one go, and get the rubber seal as it is going to be as old as the bolts.
Mark Rangel: Great video! I'll be repairing my mother-in-laws toilet tomorrow, and this video will be my guide.
antwanboyd1: Thank you very much for this video. I recently attempted to fix a leak from the ta k on the very exact side you were working on. Using all new hardware it still leaks and I didn't know why until I saw your video. It appears that I put the other rubber and metal washers on the under side of the tank before I mounted to the the toilet which thinking about it now would make sense that it would still be leaking because . So thanks again for making this video, it sure did help me.
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