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FHA - Leaky Toilet

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Riick

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Toilet's has bad float-valve, water running into overflow.
Seal to drain line apparently bad - leakage onto floor.
I believe I need to call for a repair - correct?
 
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Don Clark

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Toilet's has bad float-valve, water running into overflow.
Seal to drain line apparently bad - leakage onto floor.
I believe I need to call for a repair - correct?

I would call for repair of commode and all resulting damage.
 

Tom Woolford

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Looks like a health issue requiring correction.
 

stefan olafson

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Subject to repairs is how I'd finish the report. FHA is still interested in Safe, Sound, and Sanitary.
 

RSW

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I'm with the other posts.
 

hglenbetts

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DITTO!! :new_xmas:
 

Mountain Man

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That ain't a leak that "just started yesterday"!!! That has been left in that condition for YEARS, and you will find some structural damage. Not safe, not sanitary, must be disclosed and repaired.
 

Mr Rex

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Just wait until the Mortgage Borkers start telling the "honest" ( and gullible) newbie FHA appraisers that all of "their regular" appraisers would not report such a minor thing, they would ignore it or fix it themselves to prevent "killing a deal". Then all the newbies with a conscience will carry plumbing tools and parts, so they fit in with all the others....:rof:

The end is near, and depending on where you stand in relation to the equator, its going clockwise or counter clockwise.:new_smile-l:
 

Joe Booth

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Oh ya, the dry wall has sucked up that "stuff". You know what to do. Disclose and include the photo. I hope this does not reflect the general maintenance of the rest of the dwelling.
 
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