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Old 12-20-2006, 08:45 AM   #1
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I have a 2004 Dolphin and I believe I have a bottom seal on my Sealand china toilet that needs to be repaired. Does anyone out there have any instructions for this repair? The manual does not go into the repair of the toilet. Any help will be appreciated. Merry Christmas
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Old 12-20-2006, 08:45 AM   #2
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I have a 2004 Dolphin and I believe I have a bottom seal on my Sealand china toilet that needs to be repaired. Does anyone out there have any instructions for this repair? The manual does not go into the repair of the toilet. Any help will be appreciated. Merry Christmas
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Old 12-20-2006, 09:10 AM   #3
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Sometimes toilet paper will lodge in the seal and cause a seal leak. If you are carefull you can sometimes work it out with a tool. I took an old screw driver, heated the tip and bent it at a 90 deg. angle to do this just be careful not to tear the seal. The seal usually has a v grove in it and thats where the paper hangs. If you do an internet search for your type of toilet you should be able to get the diagram online.
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You may find the information you need HERE along with the part number and price for the floor seal.

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GAYLE, you may only have to tighten up the stainless steel ring half way up your toilet. This ring holds the bowel to base of toilet,which has a seal. I f its loose the water will run on outside surface of toilet.
If not than you have to pull toilet but before that tighten bolts holding floor pedelstill to floor flange. You gain access by opening plastic dress cover around bottom of toilet.
If you have to pull toilet buy new seal and set toilet square on new seal you may need help to guide bolts into holes of flange base.
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As you look into the toilet, the black seal should be relatively even around the ball. If not, it can leak. Changing the seal is easy, just loosen the steel clamp, remove top half of toilet, remove and replace seal, replace and re-clamp the halves together.
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