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How to Remove a Toilet

If you’ve never pulled a toilet, don’t worry it’s very simple. You can remove it yourself in about 15 minutes. The Family Handyman editor, Les Zell, shows you how to remove a toilet and tells you what you need to check before you install a new toilet.

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