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We have purchased a new toilet (Mondella rococo back to wall P trap to replace current P trap). The new pan is back to wall, and the water inlet tap is in the way as the new toilet is wider.
Actions needed are:
1) move water inlet in wall to allow rear inlet (and add correct fill valve to match change, or move water inlet out of way of pan.
2) Install toilet pan (plaster repairs, painting, floor drilling and mounting can all be done by me)
3) Provide and install a pan connector (or pipe plus connector per below)
The toilet has a 180mm high standard 100mm dia outlet, while the wall waste is only 160mm high, and appears to be an 80mm dia pipe glued firmly into a 100mm pipe. So a pan connector solution needs to be found (open to the waste pipe being replaced, or inner glued pipe being removed, but want to minimise or eliminate wall intrusions.
Alternative to 1) above, the toilet can remain bottom filled and tap remains where it is, but this would need the pan to be shifted slightly to the left, out of line with the waste pipe, causing the pan connector to need to go both down and across (might need some 45° bends to make that work. Open to discussion on the best solution.
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