Toilet Repair

Avoid expensive plumber bills when your toilet needs repair. We will show you how to fix any toilet problem yourself. It’s easier than you think!

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  • How to Repair a Leaking Toilet

    Fix the 4 most common causes of leaks under the toilet. With the right parts it's easier (and cheaper) than you think.

  • Parts of a Toilet

    Toilets have moving parts, and moving parts wear out or break. If your toilet won't stop running, try repairing or replacing these key parts of…

  • Do it right. Do it yourself.

    The Family Handyman is proud to announce the DIY University. Courses that give you the confidence and know-how to get the job done right.

  • How to Improve Toilet Performance

    Fight back against toilets that don't flush. Learn the pros and cons of “gravity flush,” “pressure assist” and…

  • How to Fix a Clogged Toilet

    Clogged toilet? No problem. With a little practice, even a home repair rookie can get most clogged toilets back up and running in minutes,…

  • How to Fix a Running Toilet

    Fixing a running toilet is a lot easier than you might think. In this article, we'll show you how to identify and solve the problem. Don't be…

  • Fix a Running Toilet

    If you've tried a new flapper to fix your running toilet and it still runs don’t give up hope. Here's a fix that's sure to work.

  • Toilet Seat Repair: Keep Your Seat Tight

    Tighten a loose or wiggly toilet seat with inexpensive rubber bushings and seat stabilizers. It’s a 15-minute fix that'll last for years.

  • How to Caulk a Toilet to a Floor

    A master plumber shares his secrets for setting toilets on tile floors. The key is getting a good caulk seal between the toilet and the floor,…

  • How to Replace a Toilet

    Whether you're installing a better-flushing toilet or resetting the old one after remodeling, these tips will help you do it faster and with…

  • Toilet Seat Replacement

    How to replace a toilet seat when the bolts won’t come off. Tricks and techniques to get the job done quickly and easily.

  • Replacing a Rotted Floor Under the Toilet

    Minor wood rot around a toilet flange doesn’t always mean you have to replace the subfloor. Solve the problem with a metal flange support…


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