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HydroSeat Toilet Flange Repair

$1839
  • Repairs a damaged or broken closet toilet flange
  • Fits all pipes, toilets and collars
  • Easily installs over wax ring
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Product Overview

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 WOBBLY LEAKY TOILETS - The Next By Danco HydroSeat Toilet Flange fixes wobbly or leaky toilet issues by repairing a damaged, broken or old closet flange
  • FITS MOST STANDARD TOILETS - This toilet flange was designed to fit many standard toilet or closet flange. It's durable and flexible construction allows to fit all pipes, toilets and collars
  • ASSURES A PERFECT SEAL - Installed together with a wax ring or waxless toilet ring to ensure a tight fit and multiple resets. The Sure Seal technology prevents any sewer gas smells from the bathroom
  • SELF-CENTERING GASKET - The self-centering gasket grips the toilet horn for a complete seal and attached bolts make for a hassle-free seating
  • KIT INCLUDES (1) HydroSeat with rubber funnel, (2) 4-1/2 inch steel screws, and (2) stainless steel washers and nuts
  • BUILT TO LAST: Equipped with durable powder-coated steel construction
  • ALLOWS FOR MULTIPLE TOILET REPOSITIONING: Toilet can be repositioned if needed after installation
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Specifications

Dimensions

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

Details

Color/Finish Family
Assorted Colors
Features
No Additional Features
Flange Included
No
Flange Type
Flange repair ring
Material
Stainless Steel
Pack Size
1
Plumbing Part Type
Toilet Kit
Provides Extension
No
Returnable
90-Day
Sleeve Included
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 5 Years

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 93% recommend this product
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Fast and easy fix.
Saved a lot of money DIY but you do need to be "handy" and use common sense. If you screw it up, it will cost you $$$$ to find a plumber. I was fortunate. Should have taken before and after pictures but was concentrated on getting the job done. Family said "something smelly is leaking in cellar after toilet flushed." Sure enough, there was a leak. After doing some research, I bought this DANCO Kit. After prep, removed toilet. 60 year old 4" cast iron flange rusted out. Wax ring kinda no good either. Pipe looked good though. Opted for DANCO Kit instead of OTAY 4" Twist-n-Seal because rotted flange was mostly even with floor. PVC flange might have been too high. Scraped and cleaned area, put down standard wax ring, and put down Danco flange. Screw ears fit just outside old flange onto subfloor. Fours screws into clean and dry wood and done. Put toilet back and test flush....several times.....and no leaks. Everyone happy, including my wallet. Great product but your mileage may vary. Again, I was fortunate enough to feel confidant to DIY. Just glad I found this alternate repair product.
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    Fantastic product, simple to use. I made 1 small modification while installing it, worked super.
    Fantastic product, simple to use. I made 1 small modification while installing it, worked super.
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    Easy to install, great product. Installed for 2 toilets with broken PVC flanges
    Easy to install, great product. Installed for 2 toilets with broken PVC flanges
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    This flange is a great repair for a broken pvc , abs , or iron flange. I fits over the old flange...
    This flange is a great repair for a broken pvc , abs , or iron flange. I fits over the old flange and is easy to line up. The only difficult part was drilling 4 new holes through the standoff’s into the ceramic tile. If you don’t have to do that it’s a quick fix. Also you will need a new wax ring as it does not come with one. ( if drilling through ceramic, remember to use water in the hole to cool and lubricate the drill.
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    This product was used to fix a plastic flange that cracked where the bolts are located. It was u...
    This product was used to fix a plastic flange that cracked where the bolts are located. It was unbelievably easy to use and took all of 30 seconds to install the toilet once I had this set on top of the wax ring. Thank you for inventing this product...it saved me so much time and I was able to cancel the service call I had scheduled with a plumber to repair the broken flange.
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      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
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      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.
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        17 people found this helpful
        Simple toilt flange repair
        Oh, the joys home plumbing repair. The main toilet flange was FUBAR, not actually attached to the floor (bronze ring, slid over a lead "bend", with the rim of the "bend" flared to the ring, but the lead "bend" was warped and cracked and broken) I de-flared the "bend", removed the ring, cleaned up the outside of the "bend", reinstalled the flange, re-flared the "bend", installed a wax ring, and bolted on a flange repair kit. Full scrub on the toilet, and it is now ready to reinstall. Like other reviewers, I would have prefered that the screws be a bit larger, but overall, good repair part.
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        Worked well for my situation.
        The bolt mounting area on my old toilet flange had totally disintegrated, and I looked at a lot of different products to see what would work best in my situation. The reason I chose this kit was because of how it has mounting tabs, or what you could call legs, that extend out from the flange. I have a concrete floor and the concrete under the original flange was pretty rough, and these tabs extended out where the concrete was still somewhat smooth. When I first saw this kit on the store shelf, I didn’t think it looked strong enough, but when I pulled it out it felt quite sturdy. The way this product is designed, you mount a wax ring between your old flange and the bottom of this repair flange, and then the rubber gasket seals against the toilet outlet. Some people have expressed concerns that the rubber might not make an adequate seal against the toilet. My thoughts are, if the outlet on your toilet is in good shape, this should work fine. If you have some chips or deep scratches in the porcelain, this might not be the product for you. It seems to have made a good seal on my toilet. It has been installed for two weeks with no sign of leaks or odor. Another design feature I liked, is how the mounting bolts are rigidly mounted to the flange. No chance of them slipping out of position while you are trying to set the toilet back on the flange. They won't spin when you are threading on the nut, either. I did take one star off my review because I think a couple of things could be improved upon. The screw holes will accommodate no larger than a #10 screw size. I would have liked at least ¼” holes. Also, I would have liked to see this product in stainless steel. It seems to have a durable coat of paint, but I think it could still be subject to corrosion, in time. Be prepared to buy different fasteners for your application; the screws included do not look adequate for most situations. A couple of helpful tips: If you have to drill pilot holes into concrete, as I did, I suggest investing in a “hammer drill,” if you don’t already have one. I tried drilling holes with a masonry bit on a standard drill, and was getting nowhere. The hammer drill made a BIG difference. My second tip, is to make sure your toilet sits level before you tighten down the flange bolts. If it is not, use shims to level it, then tighten down the bolts. My floor is not level and the toilet had a tendency to wobble, and I believe my old flange went bad because the flange bolts were over tightened to compensate for the unlevel floor. See my photos for the steps I took to repair my flange: 1. I bought an extra wax ring and used the wax to fill in the gaps where my old flange was broken away. (drill pilot holes for new flange before adding wax) 2. I placed a wax ring on my old flange, as per the instructions. 3. I placed the repair flange on top of the wax ring and evenly tightened down all the concrete anchor screws. I then removed the excess wax that was squeezed out. I used all the screw holes on the repair flange, which may be overkill, but I wasn’t taking any chances. My toilet now feels solid and secure for the first time in years.
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          27 people found this helpful
          Life Saver!
          Didn't know this product existed until I went to replace the old, rusty flange and found it to be about 1/2 inch below the floor tile with some tile actually covering the edges. I added a couple of flange spacers and the extra thick wax seal, then installed the HydroSeat. Very simple once I figured out exactly what I needed.
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          7 people found this helpful
          So easy to use and no wax ring to mess...
          So easy to use and no wax ring to mess up, Requiring another trip to the hardware store.
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              I didn't buy for repair had to buy for new...
              I didn't buy for repair had to buy for new commode I got. Love it!!! 5 stars
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                    Worked well. Still needed 2 add 2 wax rings...
                    Worked well. Still needed 2 add 2 wax rings
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                      Great Option
                      This is a great option for compromised floor flanges. I simply cleaned the area really well, cut broken parts from old flange (it was a mess from previous repair, that didn't work well, as it leaked ont floor from under toilet). This hydro seat flange works great, is easy to install (I am NO PLUMBER by any means, LOL). It does require a bit of negotiating during the pre-fit stage, then presto, just follow the directions and your commode is secure, and dry all round. :)
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                        Easy to install even on a concrete floor...
                        Easy to install even on a concrete floor
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                          Did not work for me. The tabs to screw...
                          Did not work for me. The tabs to screw it to the floor extended further than the cut-out in my tile floor allowed. Would have been perfect if not for the extra large footprint.
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                          Simple installation with good instructions. Fixed a leaky problem...
                          Simple installation with good instructions. Fixed a leaky problem and made it dry again.
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                          Highly recommend this product for a broken flange...
                          Highly recommend this product for a broken flange
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                          Great DIY solution to a very expensive problem
                          My original lead flange cracked and broke off the sewer pipe and I was looking at $1000 to jackhammer a hole in my concrete slab to have it replaced, I found this and it worked beautifully. I had to use a masonry bit and concrete anchor screws, but it worked perfectly for about a year. This weekend, the sewer line just past the flange got clogged, and in the process of trying to unclog it with my Milwaukee 6’ toilet snake, I managed to hook the rubber funnel and tear a hole in it which allowed the backed up pipe to leak past the seal. The original one was pretty trashed at this point, but I just got another one and installed it and it’s working perfectly. I’m including all of this so someone doesn’t make the same mistake I did; whenever feeding the snake through be sure to be rotating it counter-clockwise to avoid snagging the rubber funnel with the pig tail. All that said, I’m still only out $40, and my toilet is working again and completely solid.
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                            This is something rarely needed and I had to anchor...
                            This is something rarely needed and I had to anchor it to a cement floor. Since it holds the toilet down it’s IMPORTANT to use all 4 bolts or screws.
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                            Exactly as advertised...
                            Exactly as advertised
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