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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 16-12-2014, 19:44 Thread Starter
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thetford c250 toilet seat

I have one of those swivel toilets with a 250 cassette, you know the grey and orange ones, I have the chance to re new the toilet seat (came with the kit ) but cant find any way of getting the old one off, no instructions from thetford or u tube, anyone re newed their loo seat ??
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 16-12-2014, 19:47
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I did mine this year,
Very easy just give it a tug! It is a press fit to the toilet base,
Takes seconds

Now reitired thank god , looking forward to flying when the weather is good or motorhoming when itīs not, just like to get away from it all now I can take it easy.
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Yes, as said it just pulls off, it just clips onto lugs. Ours came off by accident once. It goes back on easier than it came off.

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We puzzled over getting off for quite a while!!! In our caravan the seat could be removed very easily but the motorhome was more difficult. In the end its just a case of being brave enough to give it a good tug. I am sure there are spares readily available if it all goes wrong

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thanks everyone, gave it a good tug and it came off !! shame the new seat did nt fit !! doh, must have the 260 toilet seat !!
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Hi

from the user manual:

The seat and cover can easily be
removed: Lift the seat and cover assembly and pull the
round pins (inside the assembly) outwards from the
pin holes. After cleaning, replace the seat and cover by
positioning the round pins in front of the pin holes and
push the lid and seat downwards.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/7ornci96em...2-V01.pdf?dl=0


This translates to : open the seat and cover and hold together in a vertical position by gripping with two hands, one on each side ....wiggle and pull upwards and the pins holding the seat/cover should pull out of the sockets holding them. In cold weather I think it would be best to warm the toilet area first to avoid damaging the cold plastic parts.


Mike

Edit .... Hi peaky I was posting this while you were posting your reply so I had not seen that you had triumphed

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"I bought a heated toilet seat last mouth and have to get off the old toilet seat.
1. Open the bolt caps to gain access to the seat fasteners,
2. Grip the nut fastening the bolt firmly
3. Unfasten the bolts with the appropriate tool.
4. Remove the seat from the toilet.

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