Rak ori62btwpan/sc

Discussion in 'Sanitary Ware' started by Jamberoo, Sep 12, 2016.

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  1. Jamberoo

    Jamberoo New Member

    We have two of these which are both flush to wall, one has a seat which we simply cannot get to stay central. I have removed the seat using an Allen Key to get to the fixings underneath, and one of them screws up tight, but the other simply will not tighten enough to stop it moving. and when I replace the seat, the leverage of a persons weight on it is enough to move it again. Any suggestions? Is a large dollop of glue my only resort?
  2. rpm

    rpm Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    Sounds like the fixing kit is one where it is little more than a plastic rawl plug pushed into the pan then the screw tightens into that so sounds like the whole thing is rotating , new fixing kits are available.
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  3. rpm

    rpm Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    £1.38p a pair on fleabay, search Toilet seat hinges.