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How to install a wall-hung toilets | Easy Nirman


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Title: How to install a wall-hung toilets | Easy Nirman

How to install a wall-hung toilets
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Step 1
Place the frame against the wall and adjust the
feet of the bracket to the desired height.
Step 2
Mark the necessary mounting holes for the frame
on the wall and floor and drill the holes. Ensure
the bracket is level.
Step 3
Attach the toilet waste pipe to the sewer.
Step 4
  • Attach the tank, if it is not already
    pre-installed onto the frame.
  • Shut off the water to the tank by placing a float
    valve and/or placing and/or connecting a (angle)
    stop valve.
  • Install the tank and test it for operation. Put a
    bucket under the tank for this test. Make sure
    the tank fills up again.

Step 5
Insert the supplied screws into the frame, and
then mount the toilet bowl. Connect the toilet
bowl to the toilet waste pipe. Connect the water
tank with the flush pipe and the supplied tubes.
Step 6
  • Flush a few times through, to test if everything
    works well and is waterproof.

Step 7
  • If everything works properly, remove the toilet
    bowl and then proceed to cover the frame. You can
    use waterproof plywood (minimum 18 mm), green
    board or concrete blocks.
  • Draw  the necessary openings in the structure by
    using the supplied template, and cut it out using
    a jigsaw.

Step 8
  • If you desire you can decorate the covered frame
    with tiles or mesh. Allow to dry thoroughly.

Step 9
  • Apply silicone between the toilet and the wall.

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