|Posted by hj on August 21, 19100 at 02:07:42:|
|In response to Re: Case wall mount toilet seats, where?|
If you have found one and it only costs $70.00, buy it. The other option is to contact a Briggs fixture dealer and see if they have the conversion hinge that lets you use a conventional seat.
: We have two 30 year old Case wall mounted toilets. I finally fixed the toilet running problem (which is bad on a cistern, my 83 year old mother emptied here cistern moer than once) with flapper valve form Fluidmaster (sp?).
: But now she cracked a seat. I have seen one for about $70. Anyoe have any cheaper fixes? It bolts to the back, not down. So usual seats don't seem to work.
: Sure someone else has had these problems.
: Thanks in advance.
: PS I am not ready to bite the whole replacement bullet.
: Sorry if this has been covered. I looked.
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