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The flaps that should fasten down to hold seat to toilet do not snap into the the provided holes.

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The flaps covering the bolts?? if they are broken, just use a little dab of superglue. make sure the toilet bolts are tight before glueing.

don't go crazy with the glue, just a little dab on each side to hold down the flap

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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I sometimes use a 'mirror trick' to get a better idea of what's back there. Just use a small mirror and hold it to where you can see the bolt and not on the back.
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