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Bathroom Toilets

Toilet in bathroom.

Down and Dirty Toilet Replacement

If your bathroom throne has lost its regal luster and is no longer fit for the king and queen of your house, don’t call a plumber—replace it yourself! Removing and installing a toilet makes a great DIY project . . . if you know the tricks of the trade! Read on to find out how.

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Delta Corrente Toilet with SmartFit Connections

Delta Corrente Toilet with SmartFit Connections

Watch this video to find out about the Delta Corrente toilet which has a SmartFit tank to bowl connection and factory installed supply line to reduce the chance of leaks.

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Replacing the rubber flapper valve in a toilet tank to stop it from leaking.

How to Test a Toilet for Leaks

Toilets can develop undetected leaks between the tank and bowl that can waste thousands of gallons of water if not repaired. Watch this video to find out how to tell if your toilet has a leak.

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One-piece toilet with elongated bowl.

Toilet Options for Your Bathroom

Find out what to look for when choosing a toilet for your home, including the various styles, water saving models, and different seat heights available. Watch this video to find out more.

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Fluidmaster Click-Seal Toilet Connector supply line installed on toilet.

Fluidmaster Click-Seal Toilet Connector Supply Line

Watch this video to find out about the Fluidmaster Click-Seal Toilet Connector supply line, which is made from durable, braided stainless steel and clicks when the proper tightness has been reached to prevent over tightening.

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American Standard EcoFusion Dual Flush Toilet

American Standard EcoFusion Dual Flush Toilet

Dual flush toilets are a great way to save water, but in the past they’ve been pretty pricy. That’s no longer the case, thanks to the EcoFusion dual flush toilet from American Standard. Watch this video to find out more.

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HydroRight dual flush converter

Water Saving HydroRight Dual Flush Toilet Converter

Older toilets can use up to five gallons of water per flush, five times that of newer water saving toilets. Instead of replacing your old toilet, you can save both money and water by installing a dual flush conversion kit from HydroRight. Watch this video to find out more.

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How to Repair a Stuck Handle on a Toilet

Dee asks, “The handle on my toilet stays down and won’t come back up when flushed. How can I fix it?”

You’ll need to replace either the toilet handle or entire handle mechanism. Read on to find out how.

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