Question about Toto Aquia II Dual Flush Toilet
I have a close coupled mini toilet with a slow close seat. It appears that to access the seat fastenings and hinges you have to remove hinge covers using an allen key at the back of the hinge covers. The fixings for the seat are hidden in the close coupled seat. I want to tighten the seat fixings to the toilet but I do not want to risk any damage to the slow close mechanism if the allen key 'route' is not the correct way to remove the covers. Any advice will be appreciated.
Stuart Livingstone, Glasgow, Scotland
You don't want to overtighten since you could crack the porcelain. Are your rubber washers in good shape? This will help. You should be able to do this w/out doing any damage.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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