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A: It's fantastic
A: No issues, Once it's installed and you caulk around the toilet it won't be an issue.
A: Yes , I’ve noticed that also . I’ve installed at least 20 of them prior to the change.. I use these when the flange isn’t at its normal height . I’ve installed three of the newer version and I’m ok with it .
A: I returned the one I bought last month after seeing the condition of one I installed 3 1/2 yrs ago. Blisters on the collar and cracks in the body. Perhaps they have redesigned to correct the issue. I just hope the other unit O installed in 2017 holds up.
A: Yes, I have noticed as well, not sure why they did that.
A: Hi Lyle - We recently started manufacturing Sani Seal 100% in the USA and in the process, after several years of testing, we redesigned the horn so it fits all applications while maintaining its effectiveness in funneling the water into the drain. Please email us if you have any questions. Admin (at) SaniSeal (dot) com Thank you for using Sani Seal! - Sani Seal Gaskets
A: Bad design changes
A: I did not unpack the gasket seal. It was not compatible to my TOTO with the push button flush on top of tank.
A: 1/4 inch
A: Pretty sure they're 1/4".
A: 1/4” bolts w/ 3/8 nuts and washers. Fit perfect with ability to adjust as needed. Great!
A: Never opened package would not fit.
A: It should work but the inside diamter of this product is a lot bigger. I used it for a large 5" inside diameter flange where most other products were too small. The outside diameter is about 7", that might also be a consideration. The flange bolts go through the small holes shown in the picture.
A: The sleeve that drops into the waste line is tapered to fit any size pipe typically used for a toilet. Generally, that is 3-4 inch diameter. It may be possible to go down to 2-1/8", but I doubt that could handle the waste water from a flush without clogging. If it were me doing the project, I wouldn't do it for that reason alone, but also because it won't meet code. You likely don't have to pass an inspection for this, but the building codes are designed to ensure a safe and properly functioning installation and should be followed regardless for your protection.
A: Yes it will fit
A: 2 1/8 is too small - use on a 3 or 4" drain