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Burlington Toilet Seat Fitting Instructions

21 Aug 2017, 10:20 AM

Please read instructions carefully before fitting the seat, and refer to Care instructions for maintenance. Although these image show a standard hinge and not a softclose hinge, the fitting and fixing process is the same.

Burlington Toilet Seat Fitting

Place the Seat Washers onto the Hinge Plate, and insert the Joining Bolts through the toilet-pan fixing holes.

If the joining bolt is tight in the holes in the toilet pan (ie touching the sides of each bolt hole) the adjustment screw can be loosened allowing for the adjustment and movement of the joining bold position. Make sure the adjustment screw is retightened before fixing down fully.

Place the Black Washers through the Joining Bolts, and secure the Joining Nuts to the Joining Bolts, ensuring a secure final fit to the underside of the toilet-pan. Joining Nuts must be tight otherwise the seat will move around, but do not over tighten as this may damage the toilet-pan.

After a few days of use further tighten nuts to allow for the compression of Seat Washers that would have occurred.

Note: For this installation, there is no need to use the seat washer with double holes.

Burlington Toilet Care Instructions

The toilet seat has been coated with a durable lacquer, but still needs to be treated with care.

  • Surfaces should be cleaned regularly with a soft damp cloth and mild soap.
  • Do not scrub or use abrasive cleaning materials.
  • Do not use bleach or cleaners containing bleach.
  • Polishing of the seat surfaces should not be needed, but a wax free polish is advised as this does not smear.

IMPORTANT! Do not stand on the lid or toilet seat; this may cause damage to it

DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF ABRASIVE CLEANER, BLEACH or CLEANERS CONTAINING BLEACH; this will destroy the sealed finish on the seat. Clean with soft damp cloth and mild soap mixture weekly. Polishing the seat should not be needed, but if you do a wax free polish is advised as this does not smear.

As with all toilets seats: If you use bleaches and strong cleaners in the pan DO NOT LEAVE THE SEAT CLOSED whilst the cleaner acts on the pan – the fumes from bleaches & cleaners may destroy and/or discolour the finish on the seat.

See our range of toilet seats here or the range of Burlington Toilet Seats here


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This guide was created for reference only. www.rubberduckbathrooms.co.uk can not be held responsible for injury or damage caused if you decide to use this method.

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