1. Turn off water
2. Flush toilet. Bail out any water remaining
3. Remove tank (if removeable)
4. Remove decorative caps from 2- hold down bolts in base
5. Remove nuts from hold down bolts.
6. Lift toilet up
If it's going to be quite a few days, you can easily make a cap from a
piece of thin plywood and screw it down to the bolts. Get new bolts,
them later use them on the toilet. Discard the old ones.
If you still smell sewer gas, put some plumbers putty under the
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