When we bought our newfangled Porcher Esedra MKII toilet, I never thought to ask them how to get the lid off because, you know, it shouldn't be that hard for a handyman to deal with. So when the toilet started leaking into the pan I went and got a new washer and lifted the lid...
Or tried to. Didn't wanna budge.
Must have a grub screw. Nup. Maybe some fastener under the lip. Nope. What about prying the bastard off? Dammit.
I was getting angry now.
How about I smash it, work out how it was supposed to come off, and then try to get replacement parts. (Which would almost definitely have to come from Mars!!!)
No, no, no. That's the way I normally do it.
Took deep breaths and rang the mob who sold us the dunny. The dude I got doesn't know how it comes off either!!! And obviously he can't be bothered looking it up in a manual or walking out to the showroom to find out for me. His advice? 'Maybe I could Google it on the internet'.
How can they sell something without knowing how to fix it?
Got on the Net and, after dismissing the Porcher site as useless, I found Strategize and fixed my problems with several deft movements, (not bowel related).
Just in case someone else finds this post after a desperate Google search, here's some 'how to' advice of how it's done.
- Push down the Full Flush button.
- Wriggle the Half Flush button out. (It will come out with a LITTLE BIT of force.)
- Pull out the big button.
- Unscrew the white plastic screw that is hidden beneath these buttons and you're in.
Thank you for not letting me break my toilet Ross.