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Glacier Bay

Model N2428RB/N2428T

Internet #202634188

Store SKU #340995

2-piece 1.28 GPF High Efficiency Single Flush Round Toilet in White

$88.00 /each
  • Delivers powerful 1.28 GPF for superior flush performance
  • QuickConnect Easy Installation System
  • Includes toilet seat, wax ring and floor mounting bolt set
Color/Finish: White
  • Biscuit
  • Black
  • Bone
  • White

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The Glacier Bay 2-Piece High Efficiency Round Toilet in White is manufactured from durable vitreous china, which is resistant to stains, acid and abrasions for long-lasting beauty. This 2-piece toilet has a separate bowl and tank, and the round bowl can fit easily in most bathrooms. The white color can blend with many bathroom styles. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

  • Features the quick connect easy installation system
  • High performance bowl is designed for superior flushing power
  • All in one packaging includes: toilet seat, wax ring, floor mounting bolt set
  • Neutral white finish blends with most bathroom styles
  • Features to consider when buying a toilet

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Can I leave in the old wax and put the new wax on top in order to make a better seal or should I remove the old wax?

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September 12, 2013
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January 22, 2016
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No. Clean the old one out so the new one can seal tight.
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February 11, 2014
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Remove the old wax ring. Most of these have a plastic insert that helps to center the ring on the drain opening and leaving the old one in place will create gaps in the seal. Even if it is an all wax ring the extra wax can lead to more problems getting a correct seal. Make sure that it is warm when you do the install, (about 70 F) to ensure that the wax is soft enough to form around the opening.
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November 19, 2013
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You should remove as much of the old wax as possible.
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November 4, 2013
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Remove the old wax ring entirely and install the new one, If you are afraid of the new wax quality or size, you can buy a bigger wax ring from the store. Also once the toilet is installed remember to caulk around the bottom with bathroom rated caulking (Kitchen+Bath Caulk) .
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October 24, 2013
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I wouldnt, use a scraper and clean it out then put the new one in.
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Hoover, AL, USA
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September 16, 2013
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You should remove the old one. You can use an additional wax ring (a plain one) if you need to. I use the extra ring if the floor flange has been tiled around and is flush or below the
floors surface.
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September 12, 2013
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Best to remove the old wax and install a new, reinforced wax ring.
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Fresno, CA, USA
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September 12, 2013
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You should definitely remove the old seal. More often than not, seals as they age will get dry and brittle. Some wax seals have a small rubber flange, which would make it difficult to place another seal on top. If you are worried that there is not enough wax to make a good seal, you can purchase an extra thick seal in Home Depot.
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How much can you shim up the toilet base to make it level if you have a uneven floor?

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use pennies. it works.
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Your question suggests that you may have a water damaged floor. If so, the soft dry rot damaged wood will never allow the flange to be properly anchored and the toilet will rock despite being shimmed and fastened to the flange. Save yourself a future headache and fix the floor if it's soft and obviously ruined. There is no effective work-around to avoid repairing the floor.
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Your question suggests that you may have a water damaged floor. If so, the soft dry rot damaged wood will never allow the flange to be properly anchored and the toilet will rock despite being shimmed and fastened to the flange. Save yourself a future headache and fix the floor if it's soft and obviously ruined. There is no effective work-around to avoid repairing the floor.
If your floor is uneven for some other reason, a double wax ring may be needed. You simply align and stack two of them together. With a little coaxing, they will bond together. Tapered shims can be used up to about 3/16", which will leave a significant and noticable gap under the toilet base. This also makes the porcelain toilet base vulnerable to cracking since the shims will most likely be supporting some weight. Caulking the gap will help fill voids and improve appearance. Use wide, tapered plastic toilet shims and trim the excess plastic with a utilty knife. Shim the rear of the base instead of the front, if possible. Read Less
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June 17, 2013
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In the past I have shimmed toilets high enough where I had to used 2 wax rings for the seal. I was told never to shim it any higher for obvious reasons!
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One of our experts in the Home Depot How-To Community may be able to help you out with that question. The link is below. Just post your question and they'll get you an answer as soon as possible!
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As much as necessary to be level, front-back and side to side. It is necessary to have a solid level base to ensure the wax ring remains sealed and no movement to break the seal, otherwise you risk leaks, which are quite nasty.
Once level, insert as many shims as you can to help evenly support the weight.
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As much as necessary to be level, front-back and side to side. It is necessary to have a solid level base to ensure the wax ring remains sealed and no movement to break the seal, otherwise you risk leaks, which are quite nasty.
Once level, insert as many shims as you can to help evenly support the weight.
Trim shims and caulk [in layers if necessary] or add some type of 'trim' for appearance. Allow caulk to set.
However, repairing and leveling the floor is the better option . . . if there is access, reinforce from underneath, I use 2x4's, etc. Read Less
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The short answer would be... very little to none.
A small amount of play is allowed but not much. This is because in between the toilet and the toilet ring flange sits a wax or foam seal which prevents sewer gasses from escaping. As the seal is made of wax or foam, it can conform slightly to the floor if it is slightly uneven. If the floor is severely uneven, this gasket will not provide a satisfactory Read More
The short answer would be... very little to none.
A small amount of play is allowed but not much. This is because in between the toilet and the toilet ring flange sits a wax or foam seal which prevents sewer gasses from escaping. As the seal is made of wax or foam, it can conform slightly to the floor if it is slightly uneven. If the floor is severely uneven, this gasket will not provide a satisfactory seal and sewer gasses may escape. This particular toilet comes with a rather small wax seal and in my installation was not sufficiently large enough to create a seal so I had to make a trip to Home Depot for a larger one.
Your best option would be to try a larger seal (see attached image).
I have not had much luck with toilet shims. The problem I see with shims is that the toilet base is actually hollow and looks much like a cookie cutter, with a thin ceramic wall around its perimeter. The ceramic wall of the toilet is actually quite thin, maybe 3/4 of an inch and the shim would only sit on that small 3/4 of an inch wall. If the shim is trimmed flush to the wall of the toilet, you may find that over time they may walk and the toilet will become unstable.
The more costly solution but the most secure, would be to level the floor around the toilet and providing a safe and secure foundation. Read Less
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Depends on what you mean by uneven floor. If it is in the order of ¼ inch uneven or around it. I would install normally. The wax ring has some safety play in it. Then when finished, flush the toile and see if there is a leak. Then start worrying how to do it. Then I would try two wax rings. If you bought the American Standard Champion for Max, Congratulation! This was my third installation or even Read More
Depends on what you mean by uneven floor. If it is in the order of ¼ inch uneven or around it. I would install normally. The wax ring has some safety play in it. Then when finished, flush the toile and see if there is a leak. Then start worrying how to do it. Then I would try two wax rings. If you bought the American Standard Champion for Max, Congratulation! This was my third installation or even fourth. None flushed right. Every second time I used the plunger and even an auger. Now I smile every time I flush this miracle toilet. Read Less
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Dewey, that depends mostly on the toilet flange that is connected to the waste pipe. I had a flange that was higher than the floor and I used cement board (Durock) as a shim, 1/2 inch thick, to raise the stool. The key is making it level and not too high for the beeswax seal to seat well. I used a good quality silicone sealant to secure the cement board to the floor and sized the board by setting the Read More
Dewey, that depends mostly on the toilet flange that is connected to the waste pipe. I had a flange that was higher than the floor and I used cement board (Durock) as a shim, 1/2 inch thick, to raise the stool. The key is making it level and not too high for the beeswax seal to seat well. I used a good quality silicone sealant to secure the cement board to the floor and sized the board by setting the stool on a piece of cardboard and outlined a template, cut the cardboard and used it to outline, then cut the cement board with a diamond bit in a rotary tool. Once set, I used silicone caulking to seal the gap between the bottom of the stool and the floor. The flange bolts (2) come extra long, so I just cut them after the nuts went on. Works fine an no leaks! Read Less
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is this toilet comfort height 16.5 in at bowl

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I am trying to find a high boy
Is this one a highboy
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Needs to be taller to be comfortable.
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My wife and I are both tall; I am 6'1" and she is about 5'8", so the taller height is very comfortable for us. It is also a great aid to anyone who has limited mobility because there is not as much strain on the legs when you stand.
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Quincy, CA
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October 9, 2012
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From the porcelain rim of the bowl to the floor measues 16-1/2". A bit higher than my last WC in the same place, but nonetheless comfortable for my 5'-8" frame.
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Installed "seat height" is about 17.25" Toilet height is about 16.5".
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Yes it is; once you put the seat on it is a pinch over 17 inches high.
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Yes...the extra height is a plus. I didn't mention in my review because our old unit had extra height also.
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Hi Toilet,
Thank you for your question.
According to the manufacturer, with the seat attached, the toilet is about 16 ¼ to 16 ½. Inches high.
If you have any further questions, please contact our Online Customer Service Department at 800-430-3376 between 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time daily.
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I see from the image of the toilet the handle is on the left. Is this the case? Because I just purchased 2 online

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yes it is on the left
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Yes, the handle is on the left.
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Yes, the flush lever is located on the left hand side. Which is standard. Should you have any further questions and need a speedy response please reach out The Home Depot's support center at 1-877-527-0313. Regards, -JBS with NAMCE-Glacier Bay.
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THat is correct. AS you face the toilet from the front.the flush handle is on the left side of the toilet.
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Yes, the location of the flushing handle is correct. What is represented in the picture is the actual toilet.
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Yes. The photo is accurate.
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as you face the toilet the handle is on the left as the picture shows
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 531 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice toilet for a good price Easy to install, everything included and flushes great June 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pure junk I had installed one of these in our basement. The bowl cracked after a month or so. I installed a replacement thinking it was a simple fluke. I also installed one on the main floor of the house. After a few more months the basement had a cracked bowl again. I replaced it with a different brand. This morning I wake up and notice a huge crack in the bowl of the toilet on the main floor. Within 2 years, all 3 bowls cracked. I have done a considerable amount of work over the years, and these are the ONLY bowls that I have ever seen crack. A record of 3 out of 3 means I WILL NOT be purchasing another Glacier Bay product. I realize these have a Lifetime Warranty, and I should be able to get a free replacement, but the track record of the bowls cracking isn't worth the risk. If another one cracks and floods my house, it would clearly be a disaster. Having another one of these would simply be a liability! What a piece of junk. September 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for our small closet bathroom We had a small closet bathroom and this was perfect fit! May 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing This was so easy , right out the Box install in 30 min. This also includes removing the old unit September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice for the price Nice toilet for the price. Only problem is the tank rocks a little and is hard to attach firmly. Would spend more next time and get a one piece toilet. Other than that for the price it is nice toilet. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ode to the toilet! What can you say about a toilet except it looks good and flushes well! The price was very acceptable. September 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Value for your Doo Doo! Very satisfied with the performance of this toilet. Limited lifetime warranty! September 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great price, good quality I also have the toilet by this mfg. that has options to flush, using least amount of water. Like both of them. August 31, 2016
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