Model # 10672X

Internet #204403879

Store SKU #1000041185

DANCO HydroSeat Toilet Flange Repair
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DANCO

HydroSeat Toilet Flange Repair

  • Fixes a broken or damaged toilet flange easily
  • Fits all pipes, toilets and collars
  • Installs easily by one person
$1798 /each
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Product Overview

  • Fixes a broken or damaged toilet flange easily
  • Fits all pipes, toilets and collars
  • Installs easily by one person
The HydroSeat offers an easy, one-piece installation that fixes wobbly or leaking toilets, and broken or damaged flanges. Installed together with a wax ring, the HydroSeat technology ensures a tight, leak-free seal and features a self-centering rubber funnel that fits any toilet or closet flange. Installation is simple and the debris cover helps to prevent sewer gas from escaping and debris from entering the pipe while the toilet is removed. Stainless steel bolts are locked into steel at factory set height to prevent movement.
  • Fixes a wobbly or leaking toilet
  • Repairs a damaged or broken closet flange
  • Seals out sewer gas
  • Rubber funnel contours to fit any toilet or closet flange
  • Kit includes 1-HydroSeat with rubber funnel, 4-1/2 in. steel screws, and 2-stainless steel washers and nuts
  • Durable power-coated steel construction
  • Allows for multiple resets

Product Overview

  • Fixes a broken or damaged toilet flange easily
  • Fits all pipes, toilets and collars
  • Installs easily by one person
Model #: 10672X
Sku #: 1000041185
Internet #: 204403879

The HydroSeat offers an easy, one-piece installation that fixes wobbly or leaking toilets, and broken or damaged flanges. Installed together with a wax ring, the HydroSeat technology ensures a tight, leak-free seal and features a self-centering rubber funnel that fits any toilet or closet flange. Installation is simple and the debris cover helps to prevent sewer gas from escaping and debris from entering the pipe while the toilet is removed. Stainless steel bolts are locked into steel at factory set height to prevent movement.

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  • Fixes a wobbly or leaking toilet
  • Repairs a damaged or broken closet flange
  • Seals out sewer gas
  • Rubber funnel contours to fit any toilet or closet flange
  • Kit includes 1-HydroSeat with rubber funnel, 4-1/2 in. steel screws, and 2-stainless steel washers and nuts
  • Durable power-coated steel construction
  • Allows for multiple resets

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.5
Product Height (in.)
7.75
Product Width (in.)
7.75

Details

Flange Included
No
Flange Type
Flange repair ring
Material
Stainless Steel
Plumbing Part Type
Toilet Kit
Provides Extension
Yes
Returnable
90-Day
Sleeve Included
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 5 Years

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.5
Product Height (in.)
7.75
Product Width (in.)
7.75

Details

Flange Included
No
Flange Type
Flange repair ring
Material
Stainless Steel
Plumbing Part Type
Toilet Kit
Provides Extension
Yes
Returnable
90-Day
Sleeve Included
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 5 Years

Questions & Answers

Silicone ring between Hydroseat and toilet?

A wax ring goes between this product and the flange, rather than between it and the toilet. I know it's made to work this way, but it still makes me a little nervous. Would adding a ring of silicone caulk between the Hydroseat and the toilet be advisable? Or at least not have any negative effects?
Asked by: Anonymous
I'm just a homeowner (not a plumber), but I don't see that it would hurt, except making changes later could be difficult. This design nicely allows you to remove / replace the toilet later, if need be, without any further wax seals.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2017-08-27

toilet is located on top of tile on concrete slab,must i use concete screws?

Asked by: ron
Yes.
Answered by: Springbok
Date published: 2017-05-27

Am I supposed to bolt the hydro flange to the floor before bolting down the toilet?

Asked by: Monte
Yes. There is no other way.... you set the wax ring, then flange on top of it, and slowly tighten the screws to the floor ensuring an even squeeze on the ring. Then the toilet goes on. Instructions are clear, except ignore the part where it erroneously talks about the old bolts...
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2017-07-12

Can the product be used without a exsisting flange?

Asked by: gardengnome
Yes it can be secured to the floor with the flanges on this ring and will sit down onto a wax ring and into your existing pipe
Answered by: fizzie
Date published: 2017-06-27
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Customer Reviews

HydroSeat Toilet Flange Repair is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 129.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As a maintenance tech, I felt guilty using this hack. Tenant busted the toilet off the flange wit... As a maintenance tech, I felt guilty using this hack. Tenant busted the toilet off the flange with a scooter and destroyed the bolt slots. I was going to cut the flange off and replace it but came across this thing in HD. Put the wax ring over the busted flange, attached the product with some tapcon screws to the floor, bolted the toilet on and BAM! DONE! 20 minutes and I've got a solid leak-free seat. I'm going to buy a couple more to keep on hand just in case. I'm not sure if it will rot out over time but I'm sure I'll be long gone by then. Thanks for saving me a major headache Danco.
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of junk. Installed as directed, leaks like a sieve.... Piece of junk. Installed as directed, leaks like a sieve. Does not seal against the bottom of the toilet as the product literature states. Now I have extensive water damage. Thanks, Danco.
Date published: 2017-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is an unbelievable solution to the thorny problem of a broken toilet flange! Way to go, Danc... This is an unbelievable solution to the thorny problem of a broken toilet flange! Way to go, Danco! It bolts down over the flange with four screws, for which you will need to drill a lead hole 7/64 inch, just outside of your existing flange. Use a reinforced wax ring underneath. If the top of your flange is flush with the floor and higher, use standard 1". Use oversized 1.25" ring if the top is recessed below the height of the floor. I sealed the bolt slots and screw recesses on my existing flange with lifetime warranty 100% silicone to ensure a tight seal when the ring is pressed down by the HydroSeat. The outlet cone on the bottom of the toilet presses into and is sealed by the large rubber gasket on the top. The one challenge for this device is if the floor is uneven. My toilet rocked when set in place, so I put a fat ring of the 100% silicone caulk at the outer edge of the black gasket on top to insure a tight fit even though the plane of of the floor and the top of the HS were not parallel. Worked like a charm. My installation required drilling through 1/4 inch tile and into a poured concrete bed underneath that. Held my drill firmly with both hands against my leg while starting the hole because you cannot use a center punch on ceramic tile. Challenging. You probably cannot get a 7/64 inch masonry drill. I should have used a 1/8 inch masonry drill bit but did not have one, so drilled 1/4 through the tile and used as standard steel drill into the somewhat soft concrete bed. If you use a 1/8 drill, you may need to upsize the screws, flat head wood screws or pan head sheet metal will work fine. I accidentally pushed the 1/4 inch masonry bit too deep on one hole and solved that problem with a screw and plastic anchor designed for sheet rock and a 1/4 inch hole. Glue the anchor in with just a small ring of 2 part epoxy, just enough to keep it from twisting while inserting the screw. Worked like a charm. The other beautiful thing about this solution is that the wax ring installation is put in place by the HS, the toilet hold down bolts are held perfectly in place. With the old ring installation, you had to stick the wax on the bottom of the toilet, pick up the beast and line it perfectly without being able to see, and somehow align the toilet over the bolts which are flopping around. 9/10 times you missed the proper alignment, crushed the ring in the wrong places, and had to start over.
Date published: 2017-07-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great concept, however this doesn't fit all toilets. Do a mock set up first by just tipping your ... Great concept, however this doesn't fit all toilets. Do a mock set up first by just tipping your toilet and putting it in position to make sure nothing will interfere with the setup. The spread of the tabs used for securing unit to the floor interfered with my installation and I had to use plan B. I'm not sure of the make of toilet but it was a very old toilet in my grandparents house. So it is possible that the dimensions on older toilets was different....not sure but didn't work this time around.
Date published: 2017-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stable toilet 1St. Put that it cannot use anything other than a wax ring with this product. 2nd l don't understand why it needs a wax ring in the first place. The was goes between the hydroseat and the original ring. Plus with the flange water won't het out. But because it has stopped my toilet from rocking, it is doing what l needed it to do. The floor wouldn't hold the original ring where the bolts for the toilet needed to go, so the hydroseat was a blessing.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from the hydroseat toilet flange is a great replacement for an old cast iron flange. The instructions ... the hydroseat toilet flange is a great replacement for an old cast iron flange. The instructions were simple and it fit over the existing sewer line as advertised. the only revision was that I needed to use longer screws than the provided 1" screws to anchor the flange as they had to go through the underlayment and into the structural subfloor for a positive attachment
Date published: 2017-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Revolutionary, sturdy, and easy. This kit is a total game changer for do-it-yourselfers, especially for anyone who dislikes welding or working with annoying, obsolete materials such as cast iron or ABS. The HydroSeat is sturdy and easy to mount with only "garden variety" tools. Danco suggests a using a basic, standard-duty wax ring without reinforcers, and they're right. Another plus: because the wax ring goes between the HydroSeat and the old flange, you won't ruin the wax if you slip up initially positioning the toilet. Two minor flaws keeping me from giving the HydroSeat a perfect 5-stars: One is the instruction sheet, which seemed to describe a different Danco product at times, as when it suggested that I "save or replace the old flange bolts" (why?). Also, the screws supplied with the kit, as someone else here pointed out, are a bit wimpy for the job. If you supply you own, choose a 1/4" (6mm) flat-head screw threaded from head to tip, drill pilot holes, and tighten in a "star" pattern, like when mounting a wheel.
Date published: 2017-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great idea I had a flange rusted to the concrete.. Just a mix of rust and poo. This blue thing has brackets that go right outside the existing flange so that you may drill into the concrete. It works like a charm. My only issue was that it only included wood screws.. As if I had a toilet in my tree house.
Date published: 2017-09-26
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