Oct 12, 2020 9:45 pm
Our toilet unfortunately have no sink included in the master plan. It’s too late to add a sink and it will be costly so our solution is to buy a Caroma profile 5 cistern with integrated sink.
The dilemma is the toilet model we ordered is a Prima ii close coupled suite.
Do you guys have any idea if changing the cistern and keeping our existing pan model is enough?
Or do we need to change the whole suite (pan and cistern)
Re: Integrated toilet sink3
Oct 16, 2020 10:15 am
It is but I rather have a sink still for hygienic purposes.
I’m still trying to figure out how to do it though. I have asked Caroma and didnt get a response. It’s annoying nowadays how businesses arent responding or very slow to queries.
If anyone has done this before. Please give me any info that might help. Thank you
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