Leak at through bolt on toilet

Dec 16, 2018
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Installed a new toilet, and I have a slight leak on one of the through bolts which holds the pan and cistern together.

There is a rubber seal on the cistern side, and I'd like to put something around the hole to try and stop the leak, but the instructions say you shouldn't use waterproof sealant - can someone recommend something that will help to make it watertight without damaging the rubber seal?


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