WC Vanity unit which WC Frame

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You said it wouldn't work so wanted to know why

I said a frame wouldn't work. Not any that I know of anyhow... Frames have flush plates that allow access to the concealed cistern. They are 'built in' to a non accessible wall/boxing... Hence the flush plate not button... You would have to butcher the front of your unit to get a flush plate in.

If you're committed to this then go the fixing bolt bracket and push button concealed cistern route. BUT!! Your 'stud' wall will have to have significant structure to fix into in order to support the additional load of the cantilevered pan.
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That unit is designed specifically for a back to wall floor mounted pan with a concealed cistern in the unit such as a Grohe/Dudley.
Traditionally Geberit toilet frames were built into walls and studwork. However recently you can get units to cover them up however they are specific to the frame dimensions.
They are also very unforgiving of refurbishments as everthing has to be square and plumb. Last one i fitted had 10mm shadow gap at the top where was wasnt flat.
I've got 6 frames to fit at a house in January.

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