Spin the bolt head in the caps to spread the grease evenly, then insert the bolts in the seat-mounting holes in the toilet bowl.
Youngstown, Ohio (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
“A snap-on toilet seat lifts off its mounts to make cleaning easy,” says Bob Beall, the most referred plumber in the Northeast Ohio and Southwest Pennsylvania region. “Once the duty of cleaning the toilet is finished, just snap it back in the mounts,” says Mr. Rooter.
All this is accomplished with plastic pancake bolts mounted on the toilet bowl. “The caps, mounted on the lid, lock the unit in place when inserted in the bolt head and turned,” says Beall.
Mr. Rooter’s Tip Of The Day
Tip #1 Before mounting the pancake bolts, grease the inside of the caps with plumber’s grease of Vaseline® to make them easier to turn. Spin the bolt head in the caps to spread the grease evenly.
Tip #2 Insert the bolts in the seat-mounting holes in the toilet bowl.
Tip #3 Working from underneath, tighten the bolts securely with the manufacturer’s nuts.
Tip #4 When having trouble finger tightening in the recess, tighten the bolts with a pliers or toilet-seat nut wrench.
Tip #5 Place the lid on the bowl, pushing the seat caps onto the pancake heads.
Tip #6 Push both caps to the right to lock them.
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