Out of the Blue

A problem in our downstairs toilet is forcing its replacement, as it would not stop running in spite attempts to repair and replace its ancient inner workings. The plumber says the new toilet will pay for itself very quickly in water bill savings, which is cool. We'd break even on this even sooner if I was willing to try installing it myself, but in spite of what a simple process this seems to be, I don't have the experience or the nerve to attempt it for fear of the floods and other horrors I'm imagining an error could cause. The other thing is that this toilet is touted as one that can be abused without being clogged, so it's good that I already learned my lesson about not flushing the wrong things, so hopefully that experience will keep me out of trouble here.

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Blue, I'm pretty sure you are younger(ish) than me, but if you see yourself staying in this house and growing old there consider installing an ADA height toilet now. A good toilet can last decades. As far as brands, I am partial to Toto myself.
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