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This is a close-up view of the bottom of the toilet tank you can see the flapper from below and the 2 bolts. some toilet tanks have a nut on the bolts at the bottom of the tank and others don't if your toilet tank has nuts be sure to use nuts on the the replacement bolts, but if not don't put nuts on the bolts, this could cause the tank not to seal to the bowl or can crack the tank and bowl.

   

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