leaking at base of toilet

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      Avatar photoMasterPlumbers

        just installed a new gerber flushometer ( compressed air )toilet. flange is fastened to floor have gone thru 3 wax seals still getting leaks at base not from above. friends say toilet must have crack im not convinced any ideas

      • #299286
        Avatar photoSylvanLMP

          Get RID of the Gerber and get a GOOD BRAND and DUMP the compressed air garbage GO WITH Crane Gravity THE BEST one for the dollar.

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          Avatar photoGuest

            It has been my experience that if you use a regular wax ring seal, you will find it will blow out under your conditions. There are alternatives. You should be using a fiber based seal that can stand up to the blow out conditions for your water closet.
            Talk to your local plumbing contractor for details or availability

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