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there is 1 of two ways.
easy way is have a look where the seat mounts to the toilet and see if there is a cover that you can lift up and find a screw under it. there might be 2 pins on each side of the toilet seat hinge that you depress for you to remove the seat from the hinges to access the screws.
failing the above method the toilet has to be removed to access the screws / wingnuts from under neath. send closer picture of hinge on seat if you like.
I too have the same toilet seat that needs replaced. Porcher just told me there is NO replacement seat that can be used and they no longer make nor have stock of this toilet seat. I have a local company looking into the problem and will get back to me. For now I am going to take detailed measurements of hinge placement and length/width etc, and take a tape measure to every home imporvement store in the area. Anyone with any other suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
The picture shown with your post shows a toilet seat that looks like the one sold at site above. But the site above is selling the toilet seat called the Monarque toilet seat and cover. The particular seat shown is not called a Tosca.
The picture shown with your post shows a toilet seat that looks like the one sold at site above. But the site above is selling the toilet seat called the Manarque toilet seat and cover. The particular seat shown is not called a Tosca.
I have a Toto Dorian 1.6 Gpf where the right side of the cover separated from the seat frame. I fixed it by removing the seat from the toilet base and driving the stainless steel shaft back into the cover hibge holes.
To remove the toilet seat, use a large phillips head screw drive and unscrew the two long screws that hole the seat to the base.
Then you will see the two steel rods about 1/4 inch in diameter that have worked there way out of the seat hinge. Use a hammer and a screw driver to drive these two hinge pins back out into the toilet seat cover hinge holes.
Replace the toilet seat and screw in the two seat screws being careful to not over tighten them. The seat should now work correctly.