I've tried sanding a 3/8 plastic flange spacer to level it up, used a standard wax seal, a thick wax ring, a Danco Perfect seal wax ring both with the flange spacer and without. One side of the spacer is 1/8 below the flooring the other 1/4 above. I used caulk to seal the spacer to the flange and tried everything I can think of. The water seems to be on the laminate flooring not in the "trough" around the flange so I guessed that it was splashing back up around the top of the wax ring, which makes no sense I know, but I got the standard wax ring up to a decent room temp, melted some wax from a previous attempt and sealed the wax ring to the bottom of the toilet so there could be no chance of a leak but of course it did. The water is always in the area in front of the flange just in the front of the toilet opening. We have a concrete slab and the drain pipe isn't exactly vertical so I'm REALLY hesitant to attempt to fix it, also the floor isn't exactly level. The bathroom addition was done by a group of monkeys. I have to take it off again and will try to post pics.
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