Can a toilet bowl/basin crack be superficial?

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      billy

      Can a toilet bowl/basin crack be superficial?

      That’s what our condo developer says, but maybe only to avoid replacing the toilet bowl per the warranty agreement we have.

      It’s a hairline crack on top of the bowl, basically from the right seat cover screw to underneath the tank where I can no longer see it. Less than 3″ is visible I think. I noticed the crack about 10 months after we moved into our new condo.

      It looks superficial but should I try to force the developer to replace it under warranty? I’d have to do it now or never since the warranty is about to expire.

      Thanks for any tips!
      An.

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      NickHydro
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      Itll break after a wile. Hope nobdy sits on it than.

    • #292840
      bungie
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      Like Nick says, it will break in time. Remember porcelain is glazed (glass), you want to end up sitting on a pile of glass ???



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