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My urinal is leaking at the bottom between the urinal and wall. it leaks when we flush it, and only when we flush. it is an american standard with a royal solan flusher assembly

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There is a rubber gasket between the urinal outlet and the pipe it connects to in the wall. Pull the bolts holding it to the wall and pull it away carefully. If it has been siliconed to the way, you'll have to cut it. Swap out the gaskets. Be careful not to pinch the new gasket. Ask at your local plumbing supply for the gasket of your particular model. They'll know what your talking about.

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