We've seen a pic of the possible solution but we haven't seen a pic of
the actual problem .
Can't see that this one is much different from what I have or any
others I have seen except mine has two hinge blocks and this one has a
wooden block .
What I'd like to know is why the face of the cistern ( the problem
one) is so far forward relative to the toilet bowl that the seat won't
stay up .
from email@example.com contains these words:
Designed -- or mismatched -- by a woman, presumably :-)
Though I understand that some women (though none of my acquaintance,
AFAIK) use a standing position -- and in Germany men are exhorted to do
the opposite. "Pinkeln im stehen verboten!" Life is endlessly
More likely to have been changed for an unsuitable cheap Chinese
ersatz replacement from a shed.
Andy would have had a thing or two to say about it I'm sure.
Chinese toilets don't have seats do they ... %-|[
Chinese toilets are just a hole in the floor, with, if you're lucky, a
hose to squirt any overspill in the direction of the said hole in the
said floor. If they're VERY posh they've got a proper ceramic hole in
the floor, complete with moulded-in grips for your feet.
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