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    Default Kofk Champlain Toilet Seat

    My cleaning lady broke my 30 year old toilet seat and I can't find a replacement anywhere. The seat itself says "Kohler Champlain" on it and it is elongated. Some supplly warehouses have told me that it's a Kohler seat although I don't see that anywhere on the seat or toilet. The toilet has only one mark which is a "K" on it. I've searched many websites and called some warehouses only to hear that I cannot find a seat to fit this toilet. Can you offer any advice? PS - The toilet is low and the seat bolts mount inside the tank. Thanks!

    http://www.plumbingpartsdepot.com/kohlerchamp.pdf
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    Default Kohler it is.

    Yes, this is a Kohler toilet seat. I don't know the exact reason, but Kohler used K of K (for Kohler of Kohler, Wisconsin, I beleive) during the '50s and '60s.

    If you do a search for Kohler Champlain Toilet seat in Google you should find several sources or replacements.
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    Your "K" is really two K's one superimposed on the other to create the KofK logo Kohler uses. Contact them for a possible replacement. That seat had a couple of ideosyncrasies such as a deodorant block that fit into the recess between the bolts.

    http://www.plumbingpartsdepot.com/kohlerchamp.pdf
    Last edited by Guest; 09-01-2008 at 10:28 AM.

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    Default I think I need the same seat too,, any luck?

    This sounds like the seat I need. Just bought a home and one toilet had no seat..[/I]

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    White and colors available here: www.ThisOldToilet.com

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    Do an Internet search for K-4691. There are many places that sell them but be prepared for "sticker shock" because they will run between $150.00 and $200.00.

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