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      I just bought a home built in 2001 a few months ago. In the office bathroom I noticed last week that the faucet hot\cold water was connected backwards.
      This morning the housecleaners noticed that the toilet water is HOT!

      I first thought the faucet connections were wrong an easily fixed. This means the mistake is behind the walls!

      The toilet is right next to the vanity. Is the toilet line typically branched off the cold water lines to sink?

      Can I live with this or should I have a plumber in to remove the vanity and open the wall to fix?

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      Hot water will not hurt the toilet, in fact it is done on purpose in some areas with condensation. If you can’t find the pipes in the basement and you want to fix the sink just get extra long flexible lines to the faucet.

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