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I have a toilet which has water condensing on the outside of the tank and then dripping down onto the floor. No, the tank is definitely not leaking.
This is weather related, as this always happens on somewhat warmer days (i.e. > 70 F) and when we have no HVAC running (i.e. < 90 F), so our windows are open and there is some humidity in the air.
Obviously the cold water in the tank is causing the condensation to occur on the outside.
Can anyone recommend a solution to this problem, other than placing buckets behind the toilet? How do I keep my floor from getting wet every spring and fall?