My toilet seat wobbles. How can I fasten it permanently?
A wobbly toilet seat is not just annoying, in the long term it can also cause damage to the seat and toilet. If your toilet seat is wobbly, it’s usually because of a loose fixing. In this case, you have the following options:
Check and lock:
If the fixing is accessible from the bottom, check whether everything is tightened properly. If this is the case, you can screw another nut onto the existing thread, further fastening the fixing.
The technical jargon for this process is locking a nut.
If the toilet seat fixing is not visible from the bottom, a different process is required. In this case, there should be a screw on the fixing that you can see at the top of the toilet. You can retighten it, thus providing additional stability.
If the toilet seat still wobbles despite these measures, you should buy an appropriate assembly kit. You can find these in specialist sanitary equipment retailers and in DIY stores.
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