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I don't know what type saucer we have and there are 6 set of humbers on the bottom of product. I took the seat apart and in side were six plastic bar things with 5 plastic marbels. I been trying to get the seat put back together could you please help me, I'll put the numbers in see if that help locate it 5407246, 0355939, 0369685, 0374896,0374892...if you could also include the price of just buying a new seat just maybe cheaper to do that. thank you galsup@hotmail.com

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