How It Works. . . .    
Instructions for Floor Mount Toilets Instructions for Wall Mount Toilets
Floor mount step 1 STEP 1
Close water valve, flush toilet, disconnect supply line. Remove toilet bolt nuts and washers. Roll jack under toilet bowl.
  Wall mount step 1 STEP 1
Close water supply valve. Remove supply line. Roll jack under toilet bowl. Raise the lifting arms to support the weight of toilet.
Floor mount step 2 STEP 2
Use jack lever to raise toilet above old seal and flange bolts. Toilet can be rolled and safely held in desired area. Drain can be cleaned and cleared, sub floor and flange can be repaired, new floor can be installed, etc.
  Wall mount step 2 STEP 2
Remove both left and right side nuts and washers.
Floor mount step 3 STEP 3
When ready to install same toilet or a new toilet, place new seal on cleaned floor flange, centered between flange bolts or on cleaned toilet horn.
  Wall mount step 3 STEP 3
Back toilet away from wall and mounting bolts. Toilet can be rolled to desired area. With toilet safely held, the drain can be cleaned and cleared, old wax seal can be changed, etc.
* Remember gently open release. Let toilet descend very slowly.
Floor mount step 4 STEP 4
Roll toilet in over flange bolts. Use release to very slowly lower toilet base about 2 inches above bolts. Place left and right alignment tubes through toilet base slots and over flange bolts.
  Wall mount step 4 STEP 4
To install the same toilet or new toilet, place new seal in proper position and simply roll toilet in to receive mounting bolts. Seal is aligned and toilet is held for you.
Floor mount step 5 STEP 5
Slowly lower toilet to the floor. Bolts are installed for you. Toilet is aligned. Remove jack. Remove alignment tubes. Install bolt washers and nuts. Tighten down toilet. Connect supply line. Open water valve.
  Wall mount step 5 STEP 5
Install washers and nuts, snug by hand, release and remove jack. Tighten nuts to secure the seal and toilet to wall.

Done – Fast – Easy – No mess – No strain – No fighting bolts
WAX SEAL CHANGED IN NO TIME


Safety is Priority

One slip while lifiting and carrying toilet could end in
a replacement cost and a lost time injury.
Reduce Workman's Comp Claims.