Seal hole in in-wall toilet tank
Half a year back our contractor installed in-wall toto toilet with the tank inside the wall. It turned out while drilling hole for something else he went too far and made a tiny hole in the tank's bottom right corner. Now it is slowly leaking. He accepted the fault and wants to fix it by his expense, but it requires replacing multiple wall tiles and etc . We are leaving it as the last option, but we are looking for other ways to avoid breaking the wall. Luckily my wife is able to squeeze her hand through the control panel opening and inside the tank, and she can feel the hole, it feels like a a tiny knob. So, she can put some glue on her finger and apply it directly to the hole, she also can do some sanding before that, and maybe even apply a patch if needed(not sure it will be ideal though - space is tight, all operations will be done blindly). The complexity is that as far as I know the tank is made from polyethylene and most of glues don't work well with it, and welding is out of question due to the limited space and inability to watch the process. Question - do you think fixing hole in polyethylene tank is possible under the mentioned conditions? If yes, what glue can you recommend?
Ist dies eine gute Frage?
@pkouzm i there any chance you can post a couple of pictures about this very interesting problems? It will help us to see what you are seeing and hopefully we can come up with a good answer. My concern is that the water will get into your wall and may cause damage later on. Bilder zu einer vorhandenen Frage hinzufügen
@pkouzm do you have a model number for this? It's quite nice, the way it can be installed. It does look good and really can make a bathroom special.
No I can't post pictures as the issue can't be seen without special devices like pipe camera.
von Pavel Kouzmitcheu