Originally Posted by mevman
I was camping at the time and my only resource was a drill and bits. I marked the locations laterally and drilled holes the size of the toilet bolts. I then cut a notch out to the side just big enough to slide the toilet bolt under the flange.
It was an emergency so I did what I could.
I believe a previous post said there was a flange adapter...but I haven't seen those.
Removing my existing flange wasn't an option as it was glued to the tank.
What a great idea! I have been struggling with a repair ring from Home Depot, it was too high and caused the toilet to rock, and not pull down to the floor.
I drilled the holes using the repair ring as a template, cut the slots with a vibrating, saw, with the saw I was able to relieve the area under the new slots to make room for the bolt flat head. I was able to do this in just a few minutes.
The toilet now is tight to the toilet and does not rock.
I also had to reroute the water line, because the foot flush is on the right and not the left, I used two Shark 90 Degree Ell's.
We now have a fully functional Dometic 321 elongated toilet that works with no leaks.
All the best, and thanks again.