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Product code 127676 Tightening wing nuts pulling the seat back until basin protrudes underneath
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi. There are toilets designed to accept a round seat and there are other toilets designed to accept an elongated seat. The primary difference is that the round seat fits a round bowl and the elongated seat fits an elongated bowl.
I recommend that you return the elongated seat and exchange it for a round toilet seat. good luck
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
* Penetrating oil...let it soak at least 1/2 hour
* If the nut is stripped, try either grabbing it with vice grips
* If all else fails, either grind it off, or use a nut splitter. Nylon is pretty soft, so it should be relatively easy to break
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
I have the same low boy where the bolts are inside the hollow body of the toilet. I called Kohler customer service and was told to use brute force to yank the toilet seat out. My husband suggested using a saw to cut the bolt but he hasn't done it yet. He wants to replace all our Kohler low boys which constantly leak becos of poor design of handle and flapper. The handle pulls the flapper slightly to the side when you flush. And the flapper lip being a tiny bit too small, if it doesn't sit just right, the toilet leaks. We've replaced one already with a Toto and love it. Too bad that Kohler isn't trying to fix the problem as I see many many online posts with the same problem and recommendation to replace the Kohler with Toto or somethng else.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
I repaied one of these laast week and it had the Plastic nuts in between the webbing on the seat where the lid connects I believe You remove the plastic cap with a knife and use a flat tip screw driver to remove the screws and replace the seat.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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