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Old 08-13-2012, 04:35 PM   #1
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Toilet Removal

My wife & I own a 1992 Gulfstream ultra limited and are in the process of removing the huge amount or mauve carpet through out the RV!!!. Our plans are to put down some laminate flooring throughout and I need to remove the toilet to get the rest of the carpet out. Does anyone have any ideas how I go about removing the toilet? We may just keep it off until were done and replace it with a newer on. Any removal information will be greatly appreciated.

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Which toilet do you have? Go on line and look up the instructions for it.

Some have a couple of trim plates that have nuts behind them, other, you have to work one from the back area and one from the foot pedal area.


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Old 08-27-2012, 04:33 PM   #3
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just did this a few weeks ago make water is off, disconnect the water feed line, there are two covers over the hold down bolts unthread them and it should lift straight up then you will get to enjoy the aroma from the holding tank make sure it is empty you may want to block the opening while you work on it then reverse the procedure to install
has to be easy because i can dogood luck on the updating
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