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You realize that your toilet seat is getting lost, or it might be time to replace your toilet seat. But, you have one of those toilet seats with no access underside. What should you do? Should you just leave it as is, or is there a way on how you can tighten or remove the seat, even if there is no access underside the seat?
With this guide, you will be able to understand how to tighten the toilet seat, and how to replace it with a new seat. Even without the seat having no access underneath.
Different type of toilet seats that you can purchase
This is one of the biggest mistakes that people can make. To think that there is only one type of toilet seat that you can purchase. And, that all the toilet seats are installing the same way.
There is the one toilet seat that is getting tighten or installed in the back of the toilet. The easiest one to install. Then, there is the toilet seat that has no access. Meaning that there are actually no screws that you can unscrew to replace the toilet seat. This is the type of toilet seat that we are going to discuss today. The one that you might think can’t be removed or tighten.
What to do with a toilet seat without any access underneath?
You should look again. Make sure about where the toilet seat is connecting with the rest of the toilet. If you are feeling careful, you will feel that there might be bolt or screw that you can feel with your hands. You might not see the screws, but you will be able to feel it.
This is the secret about these toilet seats without any access. Most of them have access, but you can’t just see it, because it is hidden. To make the toilet look modern and beautiful. You should look carefully in all directions. You will be able to find a way to remove or to tighten the toilet seat somehow. There are really just a couple of toilet seats that are designed within the toilet.
Guide to tighten the toilet seat with no access underside
It isn’t hard to replace or to tighten the toilet seat if there isn’t any access underneath the seat for removing or tightening bolts. With this guide, you will find that this is easier than what you have thought.
- Look carefully at the back of the toilet seat for any signs of bolts or screws. There should be a way that the seat was installed on the toilet. Most of the time, the bolts are just hidden from plain sight.
- Now, that you found the bolts, you should tighten it slightly, if this is the problem with the toilet seat. If you want to replace the seat, you should loosen the bolts, being careful not to damage the holes where the bolts are inserted in the toilet.
- Realign the toilet seat, so that it fits perfectly on the toilet before you fasten the bolts again. Making sure that you make it as tight as possible without cracking the plastic of the toilet seat.
- Now you have tightened the toilet seat, even if the seat doesn’t have any access underside the toilet.
If you still don’t find the access underside the toilet, then you might want to call in the professionals to do the tightening or replacement for you.
Replacing your toilet seat. Things to know and consider
When you are replacing your toilet seat, there are a couple of things that you should consider. Before you go out and purchase your new toilet seat, you should make sure about the size of the seat. There is the different size of toilets, and you don’t want to have a seat that is too small or too big for your toilet.
And, you need to make sure if your seat has easy access or no access. Meaning makes sure that you know where your toilet seat is going to install in your toilet. The type of method your toilet seat is getting installed on your toilet. Meaning where the bolts are installed, and the type and size bolts needed for installing your toilet seat correctly. Not something that you need to worry about when you are just tightening your toilet seat.
What should you do when you want to tighten your toilet seat, but you don’t find any access behind the toilet where the seat was installed? You just follow our instructions and information and you will not have a problem about replacing or tightening your toilet seat again. In most cases, the toilet seat is fastened with some sort of bolt or screw. You just need to find it, if it is hidden from being seen.