Leak From Under Toilet In Kodiak Ultra
Just got our 2017 Kodiak Ultra out of storage and dewinterized it. There appears to be a slight leak coming out from under the toilet. I have checked the connections around it and see nothing leaking water and I have flushed it several times while looking for leaks but again, I can't see any obvious source for the water. So, I'm going to have to pull the toilet to see what is going on (I seem to remember a bit of a leak last year around the same time and situation but it stopped and didn't reoccur until now). Perhaps it's a seal that has dried out a bit over the off season and then leaks until it once again softens up.
Regardless, I need to investigate. My question is what do I need to be prepared to replace when I pull the toilet? Turning off the water supply and loosening the side bolts seems pretty straight forward but when I look in from the front, where the flush pedal is, there appears to be a somewhat standard plastic flange fastened to the floor and then a foam ring which sits in that and which the toilet then sits into. There is no wax ring as in a residential toilet. Will I need to have a new foam ring ready to put in place or is there possibly something else amiss?
We were planning on taking it up to our son's farm for the weekend, and likely still will. Will just turn off the water to the toilet and not use it while up there and then plan on making repairs Monday.