by Lee Wyatt
(last updated February 26, 2014)
Everyone has a leaking pipe or plumbing eventually, and one of the more interesting leaks to fix is a leaking toilet tank. Luckily, repairing a leaking tank is a really easy task to accomplish. All you need to do is gather together a few tools, materials, and have a couple of hours to do the work. As you are accomplishing this task, make sure that you do not get flustered, as you are more than likely going to get a little dirty and wet. In the end, the project will be worth it, since you will have saved some serious money by not having to deal with a plumber.
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