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Old 06-11-2015, 09:50 AM   #1
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The supply pipe to my toilet developed a crack in it this weekend. I cannot determine where the line can be accessed to make the repair. Hoping I do not have to get into the floor. Any thoughts
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If you can't access it from underneath, you might have to go through the floor. You could see if a compartment underneath could be removed to gain access. The toilet is not a tricky item to remove, use Google to find instructions for your model of toilet.
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If you can't access it from underneath, you might have to go through the floor. You could see if a compartment underneath could be removed to gain access. The toilet is not a tricky item to remove, use Google to find instructions for your model of toilet.
I don't think I can get to it from below. Slider frame and a metal boxed-in area in the way. Thanks for the help, I will check out google.
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in my rig, once the slide is out there are 2 removable panels on the wall, one is for shower faucet, the other is for plumbing access to bathtub, and water to lines to shower.

You can sort of see the lines to the toilet, but access would be difficult to say the least.

Is your toilet a low-profile model on a raised platform? Mine is, has the original carpeting. If I had an issue, I would loosen the carpet and tie it up, cut open the side of the platform and access it from there. Once re-fastened and covered in carpet there will be nothing showing....
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