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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On top if you look closely you will se that where the hinge is you can lift up a plastic cap and see the top of the screw. From there you can remove screw. It should be a flat head screw.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
There is clips where the bolts should be .Flip the clips up grab hold of the seat and pull it strait out towards the front of the toilet.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
First make sure it is not overfilling. The water level must stop before it reaches the overflow pipe. If it continues to run it will overflow into the bowl and continue to run. Adjust the fill level to the mark inside the tank. Make sure nothing is getting under the flapper and holding it open. You replaced the flapper so we know that is not the problem. Just make sure the flapper is centered on the drain hole.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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
My wife wanted to replace our Kohler low boy with a self closing seat. We got a Westport whisper close with unlock-able hinges for easy cleaning. I followed the above advice to use brute force to yank out the Kohler bolts. I then used a hacksaw to cut the new plastic seat bolts so that they would not extend past the thickness of the porcelain. I drilled the plastic bolts thru so that a small drywall toggle bolt would fit thru. Use a washer to prevent it from pulling thru, screw on the toggle and cut off excess screw length so it does not bottom out inside the cavity. Insert the assembly in the hole and tighten. Snap on & lock the Westport seat and you are good to go!
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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