Plumbing Question

Toilet seat slips off pan

Hello,
I find that any toilet seat doesn't sit properly on this pan... I have a photo if there's a way of posting it here. The top edge of the pan slopes slightly down towards the centre of the pan, so the buffers of the toilet seat only connect on the outside edge and there's a gap of 0.5cm between the inside edge of the pan and the buffer... the result is there's contact of about 0.25cm between the buffer and the pan, so if someone sits on the loo and they're heavy or sit down at angle, the seat slips off. The size of the toilet seat is perfect for the pan, the problem is where the buffers are... have you seen this before? I wondered if the pan was from overseas, the brand is ULS - pretty hard to track down.
Any help would be appreciated...
Clare

1 Answer

Best Answer

try moving the seat back a little, most seats are adjustable and the buffers should sit better, regards Terry.

Answered 20th Jul 2012

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