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Old 05-21-2017, 02:33 PM   #1
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Toilet Flange repair or Change

I have a damaged toilet flange in my T2753 (2002). The toilet bolts holes are just not usable anymore.
The flange has already been turned 90 degrees to use the 2 alternate holes.. I can turn it back to the previus position as one of the bolt hole is OK, but would prefer to change it.
Does someone know how this is coupled to the tank? As it is turning, I assume it is not welded or glued. I tried to pry it out, but it did not come out.

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Hi Alain,

Any chance of a picture of what your existing flange looks like?

There are a few types and I do not know which your camper has to help better.

The pics may also help to try and understand why this is breaking. Has this been the first time for you and the other issues with the prior owner?

Something must not right for this to keep breaking.

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Hi John, i will take pictures next time I am at the camping site. It looks like a 4x3 regular ABS toilet flange. I changed the donut seal last fall because I had bad smell and I probably overtighten the bolts, or the seal was too big for the model and the compression broke the flange during winter.
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Here is a picture of the flange
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If it turns, it's probably threaded into a flange on top of the tank. Just spin it out. Some were just pushed into a rubber flange on top of the tank with a bit of silicone sealer. Others were glued in, but I doubt yours is if it turns.
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Hi Alain,

I do not know if you made it past your flange issue, but I have new info on how to get the flange out.

See this post which may help. Toilet to Black Tank Connection - Need help

Hope this helps

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