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Go to an ace hardware or walmart and buy a replacement kit for the inside of the toilet. They do not cost that much and should be able to solve your problem just follow the diagram to install, it is fairly simple. Parts wear out and this will save you a lot of money from getting a plumber
Depending on what the innards look like, you can spend $15 at a home center like Home Depot for a toilet replacement parts kit. They're easy to install (about 30 minutes) and fix most common toilet issues.
If this won't work you might need to contact a plumbing supply company in your area. You'd be surprised what they have in inventory....
I have not heard of any toilet manufacturers offering a lifetime guarantee (except maybe for defects in manufacturing), especially since flappers tend to deteriorate with exposure to chlorinated water, fill valves eventually fail, and toilet seats do break. Pick out a replacement that suits your fancy, unbolt the old one from below, and install the new one. Don't overtighten as the porcelain could break.
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