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How to Install a Toilet
Turn off the water supply to the toilet you plan to replace. Remove the old toilet. Plug the drainpipe with an old rag so that sewer gas doesn’t leak in. Then use a putty knife to scrape up the remains of the old wax gasket from the floor flange. The wax is usually yellow or off-white and should clean up easily. The area does not have to be spotless before installing the toilet, but it should be relatively clean.
Check the area for water damage and make any necessary repairs to the floor. Water damage from a leaky toilet can weaken the floor and facilitate mold growth. It is important to address these issues before installing a new toilet. Inspect the floor flange and bolts that anchored the toilet to the floor. If any parts are damaged, replace the parts. Install it so that the collar faces away from the bowl.