New Inlet Will Not Fit, Will This Help?
The inlets don't fit with what was plumbed into my wall. While the inlets have screw holes in the top and bottom, what's in the wall appears to have screw holes just diagonal to the pipe itself. I think the guy who plumbed it when they built my house may have been planning for a Vacuflo system. I've got wall anchors to help the inlet hold tight, but I've still got some air leak. I've tried building the inlet up with electrical tape, with some success. My next step is to try some type of sticky putty that my neighbor is recommending to stop the air leaks.
Do you have any other suggestions please?
Hell, this product is made to overcome the proprietary Vacuflo backing plate. Click the enlarge photo of the white graphic with text on it. See if the backing plate in the drawing looks like yours. If so, this will solve your issues.