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old cast iron toilet question
We have a row home from 1912 in Allentown, PA with the original cast iron garden toilet in the unheated mudroom. It is the type that starts to flush when you sit on the seat with J.A. Vogel stamped on it. It has started leaking from the top of the flushing mechanism that sits at the back of toilet that lifts up to start the water/flushing mechanism when you sit. You would have to be familiar with this type of toilet. Our local plumbing supply places and people had NO idea about this. We have pictures, but we are trying to figure out if there is a gasket or washer of some sort that can be replaced in this flushing mechanism or is it packed. The leak is not bad and only when there is someone on it - so we are not using it right now. Any suggestions?