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Old 10-29-2014, 05:57 PM   #11
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Which part broke? The part coming out of the floor or the part on the toilet?

If toilet, that's called a water valve. Pull the one off of the old toilet.

If the floor, you can cut it off and put another on. People say to use "shark bite" fittings. While you're at it, install a water shut off there so you can turn off water to just the toilet if it is ever needed.

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Old 10-30-2014, 07:40 PM   #12
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thanks for the reply, been real busy getting the parts to repair this mess. the 1/2 inch female thread broke in half, in the picture it was glued and of course didn't hold. I ended up cutting the 1/2 in tube coming out of the floor and put a Watts quick connect 90 degree fitting and hooked up a flex line to connect to the toilet. I was looking everywhere to find a shut off valve and no one (Lowes,Home Depot or Ace) had one. I still want to find one and put it on. Quick connect fittings are the only way to go.

Forgot to mention, I stripped the old bowl of everything I could get off it to keep around.

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