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I have a Toto toilet but have been using the Bemis seat that come with the original toilet when I bought the house.

The Bemis hinge broke so I decided to buy a Toto seat. Love the toilet, the seat should be good right?

Boo - made in China crap. While the hinge is snug and unmoveable when bolted on the toilet, the seat wobbles because there is so much play in the hinge.

Not sure how to fix, if possible. I'm guessing the hinge is what it is. But perhaps I can apply some silicon adhesive or caulk to the 4 seat pads?

I dunno. But very disappointed in Toto. Crappy seat and made in China. Two let downs in one purchase.

I really, really wish Prime would show country of manufacture for all products.




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Well, crap... Razz

We have TOTO toilets. I like the self closing TOTO seats. It would be better if they were heated and gently vibrated for a full commode experience.


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We should have a member in Tokyo who could help us buy authentic stuff.


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Well, crap... Razz

We have TOTO toilets. I like the self closing TOTO seats. It would be better if they were heated and gently vibrated for a full commode experience.


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Well, crap... Razz

We have TOTO toilets. I like the self closing TOTO seats. It would be better if they were heated and gently vibrated for a full commode experience.


I have the Toto toilet, and put on the Toto bidet, heated seat and all. Damn, now that's some luxury. I live close enough to work that I'll drive home if necessary.


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I have the Toto toilet, and put on the Toto bidet, heated seat and all. Damn, now that's some luxury. I live close enough to work that I'll drive home if necessary.


Agreed. I’ve been a convert for years, 2 here and 1 in the NY house. Figuratively and literally the only way to “go”.
 
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I have the Toto toilet, and put on the Toto bidet, heated seat and all. Damn, now that's some luxury. I live close enough to work that I'll drive home if necessary.

Shitbreak?


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I have the Toto toilet, and put on the Toto bidet, heated seat and all. Damn, now that's some luxury. I live close enough to work that I'll drive home if necessary.

Shitbreak?


Damn skippy. For those days when the coffee doesn't kick in quite fast enough.

I am looking forward to remodeling the downstairs bathroom, so I can put a new outlet in the right spot and buy another one.


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Are toilet seats really this much of a thought process??? Is there a forum???

I go to Lowes/Home Depot and buy a toilet seat as needed. Should I ask to “try it out first”? Smile


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"...I have the Toto toilet, and put on the Toto bidet, heated seat and all. Damn, now that's some luxury. I live close enough to work that I'll drive home if necessary"
Good One!
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Are toilet seats really this much of a thought process??? Is there a forum???


https://www.toiletstool.com/

read about it on your eyePad while dropping a glock..... Razz



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I have a Toto toilet … made in China crap ...

It's not made in Kansas any more.
 
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It's not made in Kansas any more.


Mine were made in Georgia.
 
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Fortunately (in my case) American Standard seats are fantastic and will fit. We had a bathroom remodled, didn't specify the toilet and they put in a Toto. The toilet works great, the as time went on seat seemed to not get clean. even soaked in in Clorox overnight once. No issue with Am. Std.
 
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Are toilet seats really this much of a thought process??? Is there a forum???


https://www.toiletstool.com/

read about it on your eyePad while dropping a glock..... Razz


Haha, well played sir.
 
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Or just get yourself one of these and stop worrying about the seat altogether.

https://japantoday.com/categor...-way-to-stay-healthy

When I was a kid I used to freak out when I had to drop a deuce at my aunt's house in Japan because she had one of these. Until I got old enough to actually give it a chance and...uh...the method actually does seem to facilitate evacuation as the article suggests. The biggest thing to be wary of is to make sure your pants are well out of the way.

Don't see the squatters much anymore especially in cities and touristy areas.
 
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Or just get yourself one of these and stop worrying about the seat altogether.

https://japantoday.com/categor...-way-to-stay-healthy

When I was a kid I used to freak out when I had to drop a deuce at my aunt's house in Japan because she had one of these. Until I got old enough to actually give it a chance and...uh...the method actually does seem to facilitate evacuation as the article suggests. The biggest thing to be wary of is to make sure your pants are well out of the way.

Don't see the squatters much anymore especially in cities and touristy areas.


These were a bit of a surprise to us on Liberty in Sasebo. Some are built on a slight ledge. Not so good for bad knees.


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They've seen the rain in Africa.

I use an American Standard Champion 4 toilet with the buffered seat. It will flush 24 golf balls at once. I don't have much trouble getting them down, but passing them is a bitch.
 
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