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JasonC70

Hey Guys

just wondering if anyone on here has had this problem with a toilet pan before, this is the 3rd toilet pan I’ve had this problem with in the past 18 months lol, also each pan is a different make from a completely different supplier hence why it’s so bizarre, I think it’s just bad Luck Coincidently three times
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ShaunCorbs

ShaunCorbs

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Cheap toilets / off the internet unbranded ones
 
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Ben-gee

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That can’t have got through quality control? Suggests that there isn’t any, I presume they are cheapo toilets as I’ve never seen anything like it on an even half decent one.
 
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Ben-gee

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How did you get as far as fitting it and fitting the seat without noticing?!
 
snowhead

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They may be all different suppliers and probably bought at different times but I bet they were all made in the same Chinese factory.

Looks like when they were made they'd part poured the Slip (the liquid clay) then left it too long before adding the rest, the two parts have failed to join and maybe separated when fired.
 

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