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We are trying to find a heated toilet seat that will fit the Duravit elongated toilets. The distance between bolts is 8-1/4" and can't find anything. We don't want the bidet type just heated. Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to install Toilet Seat
Use a flat head screwdriver to pry open the plastic pieces that cover the screws. Using the same flat head screw driver, unscrew the large plastic screws holding the old seat in place. There are usually plastic nuts on the underside that you can hold on to while removing the screws. Remove the old seat. Clean the area where the screws were and dry thoroughly. If the new seat has an adhesive pad, remove the covering from the adhesive and put the seat in place. Thread the new screws through the holes and attach with the new nuts. If there aren't new nuts and screws, you can use the old ones, provided they weren't damaged during removal. Snap the caps covering the screws on the new seat in place. Be careful not to over tighten the screws! Since they're plastic, they can be easily damaged by a screwdriver!
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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
Its usually better to buy the set, but if you don't want too that's fine. As long as the water capacity of your old tank is what the new bowl requires. If you look at the set at the store, it will usually tell you the water capacity and specs of the new bowl. Although most bowls use the same holes and bolts to combine the tank and bowl, make sure the old tank will fit on the new bowl you selected.
Posted on Mar 08, 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
SOURCE: Get seat of Kohler K-3386
Roberta3fan could be giving bad advice based on experience with other toilets. This does not seem to be an option for this toilet design. I am in a similar situation and it appears that the nut (and it is a metal bolt) is not what you would expect. Here is a picture of the anchor kit for this toilet seat: http://www.plumbingsupply.com/images/kohler-anchorkit-84999.jpg I am going to assume that the sleave that should be engaging the bolt is cross threaded and try to grab it with a pair of vice grips. I'll let you know if it works.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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