Toilet install

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by Joe.b, Feb 12, 2024.

  1. Joe.b

    Joe.b New Member

    My floor has been raised and now need to install the toilet back in place there is a 70mm drop from the pan and only 110mm between pan and waste pipe in the wall. Could I use 2 offsets to get to the correct height as I don't think there is enough room for a flexi or is there a better solution.
     

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  3. Joe.b

    Joe.b New Member

    I have seen the 100mm offsets but thought it would be too much of a drop in one go and would still need to extend it was thinking 2 x 40mm offsets together would give a better drop and would not need extending then.
     
  4. HarryL1234

    HarryL1234 Screwfix Select

    The female side of a pan connector is designed to form a seal on the porcelain outlet of your pan - I would be surprised it it will provide an adequate seal to the soil pipe side of another pan connector. It might work, but I’d hate to be the one to clear it up if it fails! In your situation, I would be tempted to try a mini flexible connector.
     
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