Probably what you need is:
1. a new seal with a deep throat to better close off the joint between the pipe
and the toilet base
2. a beeswax seal to go between the toilet base and the new seal - beeswax is a
much better seal.
3. longer flange bolts to better lock the toilet down. got to overcome the
height of the new floor re;lative to the flange.
1. Thoroughly clean all the old sealant from the toilet base.
2. Remove the old, shallow throated seal from the floor.
3. Replace old bolts with longer ones.
4. Insert the beeswax seals.
5. Gently set toilet on new flange and wiggle it a bit to help seal fit.
6. Sit on your throne to force the seals to take. When all this is done the
crapper should be flush with the floor.
7. Tighten flange bolts till toilet stays put - do not over-tighten as the
ceramics break easily and cannot be repaired.
8. Turn on the water and pray it does not leak.
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