Hello, please could I ask any plumbers out there for some advice. I want to change the toilet in our downstairs cloakroom to a new close coupled one (looking at Burlington). The problem is we have a pipe coming in to the side of the existing pan connector. This runs around the wall to the sink and through the wall to a utility room to pick up the washing machine waste and the heating condensate. A local plumber has told us that we would have to keep the big lump at the back of the toilet because there are no other fittings that would take the waste pipe and this means that the new toilet would sit too far out for the cistern to sit flush against the back wall. Is there no way we can change this to a more modern fitting that would allow the toilet to sit back on the wall whilst still providing a connection for the other pipe in the side.Thanks for your help.