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Today, I was so proud I'd fixed the toilet with a hardware store part without even having to call a plumber. As I happily put the lid back on the tank, I dropped the lid, which broke the tank, spilling water everywhere. Now I need a new toilet, a new floor, and I have to call the plumber. FML

By HomeChump - / Wednesday 28 September 2016 05:49 / United States - Chicago
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  tounces7  |  15

It's not that hard to install a new toilet, honestly, it's like one of the easiest things I do as a plumber. OP could -maybe- do it....umm, if she can figure out that whole "Putting the lid on the tank" thing.

By  s0m3guy2010  |  21

It's unfortunate that the efforts of your hard work tanked so quickly. Hopefully, you can put a lid on the situation before it all goes down on the toilet again.

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  Tarlachia  |  33

Hover and bombs away down the sewer line of course (assuming the entire toilet is removed. Or if the bowl is still there, do your business and then get a bucket of water and pour it in. It'll create the needed water pressure to cause it to flush.

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  evilplatypus  |  34

I was wondering that too. Unless OP panicked and couldn't figure out how to turn off the water flow, most tanks do not hold enough water to do much damage to a floor. Bathroom floors are (usually) designed with the occasional water seepage in mind.

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