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Fluidmaster

Model # 7500P5

Internet # 100139961

Wax-Free Toilet Bowl Gasket

$4.45 /each

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Product Overview

The Wax-Free Toilet Bowl Gasket seals on uneven floors or over tile floors with a recessed flange without the use of wax. The gasket fits 3 in. and 4 in. drain pipes (not included). The product can also be reused again and is the perfect alternative to messy wax.

  • Plastic construction
  • Seals on uneven floors or over tile floors with a recessed flange
  • Fits 3 in. and 4 in. drain pipes (not included)
  • Clean, no-wax installation
  • Includes brass bolts and nuts for installation and long life

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
4.625 
Product Height (in.) 
4.25 
Product Width (in.) 
4.625 

Details

Double Thick Seal 
Yes 
Extender Horn Included 
Yes 
Flange Included 
No 
Material 
Plastic 
Plumbing Part Type 
Toilet Wax Ring 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
10 Year 

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Does this product have an adhesive to attach it to the toilet

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No. It uses a rubber gasket to create a seal.
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No, there is a red rubber seal that seals it to the toilet.. No adhesive. Do make sure the bottom of the toilet is perfectly clean where the seal will contact it. I have installed three and have had no sewer gas seal issues.
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July 29, 2014
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No it is a clean install it has gaskets no kinds of adhesives
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Oakland Gardens, Queens, NY, USA
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January 7, 2014
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No, don't need it. Put bowl on top and push down to seat it. Some caulk around bowl and you're set.
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January 2, 2014
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No - it has a neoprene gasket that press-fits onto the toilet horn.
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Los Angeles, CA
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December 10, 2013
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No, does not need adhesive to attach to the bottom of the toilet.
You prepare it, then set the toilet down on top of it. It adjusts to the toilet all by itself.
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Baltimore, MD
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October 4, 2013
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No adhesive at all. Its simply a rubber gasket about 1/16 of an inch thick that fits on the very first groove of the flush valve. You will have to stretch it over just a little bit to fit it on but once done its nice & snug.
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June 11, 2013
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The 7500 does not use any type of adhesive or wax to help seal the Bowl Gasket to the toilet. The way it works is by using rubber rings to secure the Bowl Gasket into the pipe and a specialized rubber liner to grip the outside of the toilet outlet hole or horn. When set into the pipe and onto the toilet horn the weight of the toilet along with the rubber rings keep the Bowl Gasket stationary to eliminate Read More
The 7500 does not use any type of adhesive or wax to help seal the Bowl Gasket to the toilet. The way it works is by using rubber rings to secure the Bowl Gasket into the pipe and a specialized rubber liner to grip the outside of the toilet outlet hole or horn. When set into the pipe and onto the toilet horn the weight of the toilet along with the rubber rings keep the Bowl Gasket stationary to eliminate leaks. Read Less
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After draining, do you really have to remove the tank from the bowl?

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February 16, 2014
The instructions (step 1) say you need to remove the tank (upper) from the bowl (below). After draining the bowl and tank, is it really necessary to separate (remove) the tank from the bowl?
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Dallas, TX
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I didn't remove the tank, but it would definitely make it a lot easier to install, but more time-consuming.
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I have installed these toilet seals without removing the tank but you have to be very careful. It will be much harder to balance it as a unit and much easier to crack either the tank or bowl. The bottom of the toilet needs to be thoroughly cleaned for the red seal to seat, leaving the tank on will make this harder. Certainly a two person job if the tank stays attached. In favor of removing the tank, it Read More
I have installed these toilet seals without removing the tank but you have to be very careful. It will be much harder to balance it as a unit and much easier to crack either the tank or bowl. The bottom of the toilet needs to be thoroughly cleaned for the red seal to seat, leaving the tank on will make this harder. Certainly a two person job if the tank stays attached. In favor of removing the tank, it is a chance to replace the tank seal and/or the overflow tube. Read Less
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It is not necessary but if you want an easier and better install it is better to remove it
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San Juan Capistrano, CA
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February 18, 2014
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The instruction to take off the bowl is included because in some instances it is easier for the installer. In many cases the toilet is under a shelf or the toilet is to heavy for an installer to pick up off the floor as one piece.
If you feel you can remove the toilet without removing the tank then you can certainly do that as well.
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One person stated that this device will not work on a 45 degree connection. Is this true?

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I have never seen a bowl at 45 degrees but I'm sure for this product to work it has to be an up right install
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Need straight drop of about 6 inches.
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This is true. Needs to be a straight connection.
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October 24, 2012
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That is correct. The 7500 is made for flanges that sit parallel to the floor. Please use wax in an application like yours.
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How large a gap can the recessed flange be for the seal still to work please?

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I have a recessed flange approx 1.25 inches below a new tile floor. Would this product still work with a flange that recessed please?
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It will probably work. I used it to replace two, stacked, wax rings as my flange was below the tile. I would recommend a flange extender for a 1.25" distance as being the better choice.
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Yes it has a way to be adjusted
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Yes, the Fluidmaster Wax-Free Toilet Bowl Gasket will work with your scenario with flange that is recessed. This product was specifically designed to address installation scenarios such as yours. The Bowl gasket has a depth range of up to 2 and 5/8 inches for insertion to allow for the Bowl Gasket to stand at minimum 1 inch above the floor as needed to push the toilet bowl onto the Bowl Gasket opening Read More
Yes, the Fluidmaster Wax-Free Toilet Bowl Gasket will work with your scenario with flange that is recessed. This product was specifically designed to address installation scenarios such as yours. The Bowl gasket has a depth range of up to 2 and 5/8 inches for insertion to allow for the Bowl Gasket to stand at minimum 1 inch above the floor as needed to push the toilet bowl onto the Bowl Gasket opening and make a seal. The gasket can be pushed into the pipe by a minimum of 1 inch with the O ‘ring holding the Bowl Gasket firmly in place inside the sewer pipe, which will allow for the pipe to extend up 2 and 5/8 inches. Read Less
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great proven product I am a contractor in the Seattle area. I have used these for over 10 years for clients. I have found they work in 98% of the applications. The system is perfectly engineered in my opinion. This product has two sealing surfaces, one on the horn of the toilet and one in the waste drain pipe. It also fits down into the waste drain farther than other products. Clean, easy to install and works very well. I use these most of the time and when they used to sell these in the store I used to convert people to these all the time when I explained how they work and how to install them. I now purchase from another dealer as HD no longer carries these in the stores I go to. September 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I'll never use wax seals again!! Easy to install, worked the FIRST time (I blew out two wax seals prior to this one). NO leaks. Allows for some give without breaking the seal. Highly recommended! February 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Design and Engineering Never had an issue installing this seal from the Toilet Base to the Floor Collar. 3" or 4" works on Cast Iron, copper, PVC. During construction I could remove the toilet, do floor prep, re install toilet, and return days later to remove the toilet again for ceramic installation, even at a different elevation you can adjust the seal and reinstall the toilet. never having to replace this seal, if it was a wax ring which are only a one time installation. this is where engineering to todays living comes into play. wax ring was a great idea / engineering for its time in the early 1900's now we live in the 2014 and beyond. August 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Goodbye wax rings! Used on a toilet replacement and it worked like a charm. I attached it on the bowl outlet (the rubber gasket is snug enough to hold it in place) and then I set the bowl on the closet flange. I had to pull it off once to realign the flange bolts and it went back together without issue. You cannot do that with a wax ring. The closet flange was also slightly recessed due to a tile floor and the original installation used a double wax ring to compensate - resulting in a partial blockage. No issue with this wax free gasket as the neck reaches several inches inside the closet flange. I will definitely use this in any future toilet installation. August 14, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The reviews speak for themselves! I saw my toilet was leaking in my basement so I went to by a wax ring. This would be my second one in 6 months. I went to HD to try to find a waxless one and saw this and wasn't sold on it by the looks so I bought a heavy duty wax ring for about the same price. Went home and installed it and the toilet leaked worse than before. The problem I have is the flange is 1/2 inch or so below the tile and the toilet ring is a little high. So I got on here and saw all the good reviews and bought it. 15 minutes later I had a working toilet. If it doesn't work for you then you didn't install it right. I would buy again. September 20, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Did not work in my application Concept is appealing but I ran into a couple of problems: 1) the gasket did not fit well onto the horn of my toilet (AS Champion4) - could not press it on all the way, 2) plastic used for the funnel is a bit thin and it cracked, and 3) there was not enough space between the top of the flange and the lower surface of the toilet for the funnel to fit. My flange sits on top of the finished floor so this seal may work better if your flange is lower (e.g., top of flange is flush with the finished floor surface). I ended up using a single unreinforced wax ring and so far it is working well. January 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really good product I have used these on two different toilets. The first one was about four years ago and the second time I used one was about two years ago. I haven't had one leak yet and if you need to reset the toilet there's no wax ring to replace. I saw these on sale so I bought more and will use them to replace the wax rings on my other toilets. December 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Way better than wax ring I will always buy one of these when I install a new toilet! It really does what it says. Never get your hands dirty with a wax ring ever again. Never worry that your toilet didn't seal correctly because of a toilet flange that is below floor level. It takes a little bit of reading the instructions to install correctly, but once you get past that, it just works! Save yourself a lot of trouble and buy one of these! As an added benefit, if you ever have to pull the toilet up, it is reusable (unlike wax rings where you need a new one every time you pull up the toilet.) December 10, 2013
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