I have had to replace the pan of our low-level toilet and am having
trouble fitting the internal flush-pipe connector. I am able to push
the connector onto the flush pipe OR push the connector into the pan,
but I dont seem able to do both !!!
When the connector is in the pan, and I try to push the flush-pipe into
it, it 'pops' out.
Does anyone have any tips ?
... and pop out easily ;-(
A _small_ amount of soap will make it fit easily, but it will
dry or wash away, which will also help stop it popping out
Best of all would be Hellerine Sleeve oil, used on electrical
rubber sleaving. It will slide in as easily as silicone grease,
but then dies out and tends to hold the rubber in place.
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