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By Bertie Button
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Hi. I'm hoping to have a wall hung wc installed. I want to put it in a run of bathroom units with normal looking cupboard and drawer front rather than a full flat panel, and I'm not 100% sure if that's possible.
I've been looking online and I think that this can be done by using a half height frame and a normal concealed cistern. The units will be backing onto a stud wall rather than a solid wall. Will that be OK? If so, which frames and cistern do you recommend. I've seen a Roper Rhodes one which is compatable with a Vortex cistern. I need a cistern with a small push button with flexible connection which can fit on the drawer element of the unit so I think my choice is limited! I hope that all makes sense!
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By REDSAW
#8363
not my avenue as i stick to standard but dont you think the fulcrum point of the wall will be the problem. i mean the shear strength close to the wall is minimal with feet but a studded wall x4 + !! what evever dont tile it lol.

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