Toilet Seats
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TOTO SS154#51 Traditional SoftClose Elongated Toilet Seat Ebony
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TOTO Traditional SoftClose Non Slamming, Slow Close Elongated Toilet Seat and Lid, is the latest in innovative smart seat technology. Constructed of solid, ...

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TOTO SS234#01 SoftClose Ultra Slim, Non-Slamming Toilet Seat and Lid, Cotton White
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The TOTO SoftClose Non Slamming, Slow Close Elongated Toilet Seat and Lid is the latest in innovative smart seat technology. The ultra slim design creates a ...

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TOTO SW2043R#01 WASHLET C200 Electronic Bidet Toilet Seat with PREMIST and SoftClose Lid, Round, Cotton White
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The TOTO WASHLET C200 Round Bidet Toilet Seat with PREMIST delivers ecology-minded luxury in a streamlined design. The WASHLET C200 is fully automated, ...

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TOTO SW3054AT40#01 S550e WASHLET+ and Auto Flush Ready Electronic Bidet Toilet Seat with EWATER+ and Auto Open and Close Classic Lid, Elongated, Cotton White
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The TOTO T40 WASHLET+ and Auto Flush Ready S550e Elongated Bidet Toilet Seat with EWATER+ and Auto Open and Close Classic Lid is an electronic luxury seat that ...

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TOTO SW3046AT40#01 S500e WASHLET+ and Auto Flush Ready Electronic Bidet Toilet Seat with EWATER+and Contemporary Lid, Elongated, Cotton White
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The TOTO T40 WASHLET+ and Auto Flush Ready S500e Elongated Bidet Toilet Seat with EWATER+ and Auto Open and Close Contemporary Lid is an electronic luxury seat ...

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TOTO SW2047T20#01 C200 WASHLET+ Ready Electronic Bidet Toilet D-Shape Bidet Toilet Seat with PREMIST, Cotton White
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The TOTO WASHLET+ WASHLET C200 D-Shape Bidet Toilet Seat with PREMIST delivers ecology-minded luxury in a streamlined design. Instead of traditional toilet ...

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TOTO SW574T20#01 S300e WASHLET+ Ready Electronic Bidet Toilet Seat with EWATER+, Elongated, Cotton White
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The TOTO WASHLET+ Ready WASHLET S300e Elongated Bidet Toilet Seat with EWATER+ delivers ecology-minded luxury in a slim design. Instead of traditional toilet ...

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TOTO SN989M#12 NEOREST AH Dual Flush 1.0 or 0.8 GPF Toilet Top Unit, Sedona Beige- SN989M#12
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The TOTO NEOREST AH Dual Flush 1.0 or 0.8 GPF Toilet with Integrated Bidet Seat and EWATER+ Top Unit is designed for use with the NEOREST AH bowl unit. The ...

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TOTO SN989M#01 NEOREST AH Dual Flush 1.0 or 0.8 GPF Toilet Top Unit, Cotton White- SN989M#01
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The TOTO NEOREST AH Dual Flush 1.0 or 0.8 GPF Toilet with Integrated Bidet Seat and EWATER+ Top Unit is designed for use with the NEOREST AH bowl unit. The ...

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TOTO SN988M#01 NEOREST RH Dual Flush 1.0 or 0.8 GPF Toilet Top Unit, Cotton White- SN988M#01
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The TOTO NEOREST RH Dual Flush 1.0 or 0.8 GPF Toilet with Integrated Bidet Seat and EWATER+ Top Unit is designed for use with the NEOREST RH bowl unit. The ...

Easy Ways to Remove a Cracked or Bent Toilet Seat

We all have probably gone through the horror of trying to remove toilet seats that are not very easy to remove. Imagine a tight fit, with people getting wedged in and trying to free themselves. Luckily, there are some easy ways of removing them that make removal a much easier task.

Firstly, you can try to push the seat out by pulling on it. This should, if done carefully, work but if the force isn’t applied properly, then you could end up with the seat coming away from the fitting and this can cause you more problems in the future.

To make sure that you don’t damage the plumbing in the fitting, you can make sure that you cut it off as soon as possible. If you push it out easily, the pipes may collapse and you may have to buy a new one. It is worth having a look at your local library or book shop for the right tool for the job.

If you get the upper parts of the seat off and then unscrew the bottom part, you could end up with no access to them at all. A screwdriver is the best tool for this.

This could be a real problem if you are carrying any valuable items. If you do this a lot, you will need to keep a new one in your home or at work for the next few years.

If you are trying to remove a toilet that is in the wrong way, you may find that the bowl is jammed in the slot. To solve this problem, use a smaller screwdriver to get the right position before screwing the bowl back in.

The seat may be damaged and that is not good. Use the lower edge of the screwdriver and turn the screw until you feel it come out.

Can you see the inside of the toilet seat? You can hold it up to the light and see if you can see where the inside has come out.

A toilet seat that is cracked or bent is usually a sign that it needs to be replaced. You can usually hear popping sounds when this happens.

Plastic fittings are usually not very difficult to get out, although it can be annoying if you are trying to put the seat back in without any help. The easiest way to put the seat back is to twist the two halves and push them back together, and this should make it easier.

Sometimes you need to look at the fit of the toilet seat if you haven’t had any problems before. This is usually due to excessive pressure on the plumbing and if this is the case, you can try loosening up the fitting.

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