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Improperly installed toilet which caused damage

Lowe's of Bowie incorrectly installed a toilet which caused damage to our apartment and the unit below us. They fixed the toilet and corrected the damage on the lower apartment, however they did NOT correct the damage in our apartment. Can you help us?

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