Sorry, just complaining. I ended up putting the toilet in the next
bathroom, which did fit. (Used one of those waxless rings, hopefully it
will hold up). The toilet filler thingy (fill valve?) is kind of weird, it
leaks from the top onto a pan on top of the float and also has an outlet
hole in the center of the float, seems to work okay (shuts off when the
float reaches the correctly level). Is this normal? I still have the
fluidmaster from the old toilet, should I replace?
In case I do the other bathroom with the same model toilet, any ideas?
(other than duh get the right size toilet). Distance from the center of
the waste pipe to wall for non-fitting room was 11". Looked like I needed
another 1/4" to 1/2".
Standard rough-in size (what the new toilet is) is 12".
You can special order a 10" rough-in, but expect to pay $
Some brands are more "forgiving" than others. It's worth
a stroll down the display aisle with tapemeasure to see if
you can find a stock item with a hair less than 12" req'd.
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