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Glacier Bay

Model TB-TSTDC-01

Internet #203440449

Store SKU #237960

Universal Elevated Toilet Seat in White

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The Glacier Bay Universal Elevated Toilet Seat in White was designed to fit most toilets; round and elongated. It adds an extra height of 4 in. so there is no need to bend your knees as far. This seat adds additional safety in the bathroom with its support handles. It can support up to 300 lbs. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

  • Fits both round and elongated toilets
  • White finish
  • Hand grips for added safety
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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so you use the screws from the toiletseat you removed? what about the 2 screws included with the raised toiletseat?

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austell, ga
March 12, 2013
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Livonia, MI, USA
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June 24, 2014
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The kit came with everything I needed. Try not using old screws and bolts. You are changing an old toilet which means old bolts and screws.
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NE Indiana
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February 4, 2014
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The 2 screws included with the raised toiletseat are for attaching 1/2 of the metal bracket to the raised toiletseat and the original toilet seat screws are used to attach the other half of the bracket to the toilet.
Hope you have better luck than me as unless you can urinate straight down without your stream touching the sides of the raised seat - IT WILL LEAK ALL THE WAY AROUND THE BOTTOM BETWEEN THE
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The 2 screws included with the raised toiletseat are for attaching 1/2 of the metal bracket to the raised toiletseat and the original toilet seat screws are used to attach the other half of the bracket to the toilet.
Hope you have better luck than me as unless you can urinate straight down without your stream touching the sides of the raised seat - IT WILL LEAK ALL THE WAY AROUND THE BOTTOM BETWEEN THE SEAT AND THE BOWL.
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November 6, 2013
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When you uninstall your existing toilet seat (by removing two bolts), you will use these two bolts to mount the locking mechanism for the elevated seat to the toilet bowl.
The two screws included with the elevated seat are used to mount the latch receiver bracket to the bottom of the seat.
The locking mechanism then connects to the latch receiver to hold the elevated seat in place.
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June 6, 2013
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Didn't open screw package--removed toilet lid
and immediately saw that the fit was unacceptable
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March 13, 2013
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Hi, Patt.
Apologies for the inconvenience, but we do not have directions for the item in our system, nor does the manufacturer as this is a direct import item.
In this situation, the best advise I can give you is to view the item in your local store or ask one of the associates to pull the instructions out of the box there to read over/advise you on this.
I hope this helps. Thanks for reaching out.
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How to attach elevated toilet seat to toilet?

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Aspen Hill, MD store
December 11, 2012
Glacier Bay Universal Elevated Toilet Seat in White, Model # TB-TSTDC-01 Internet # 203440449 Store SKU # 237960, how does this item attach to the toilet?
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June 24, 2014
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Not sure of Glacier Bay, however, they usually attach the same way for all seats. Take apart your old seat and the new one goes on the same way. Just remember that the seat also has to be elongated.
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February 4, 2014
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It has a 2 part metal bracket that the pieces interlock to hold the seat to the toilet. The old toilet seat screws are used to mount 1/2 of the bracket to the toilet and the 2 screws supplied with the seat attach the other half of the bracket to the raised seat. It is easy to install and remove by disconnecting the interlocking bracket halves but IT LEAKS ALL THE WAY AROUND BETWEEN THE SEAT AND THE Read More
It has a 2 part metal bracket that the pieces interlock to hold the seat to the toilet. The old toilet seat screws are used to mount 1/2 of the bracket to the toilet and the 2 screws supplied with the seat attach the other half of the bracket to the raised seat. It is easy to install and remove by disconnecting the interlocking bracket halves but IT LEAKS ALL THE WAY AROUND BETWEEN THE SEAT AND THE TOILET. Read Less
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There is a mounting bracket included with the seat that holds it in place.
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Hi, Grandma! ;)
You would just remove the 2 screws that hold the current toilet seat in place, remove seat, attach the elevated seat to the bracket included, & both will fit onto your toilet with reattaching the 2 screws you previously removed.
It is very simple to attach.
Thank you for reaching out!
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Can the old seat be installed in back of this one so that the toilet can be used by non handicap also ?

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Can you install the original seat behind this one so that person that does not need handicap seat use quick release and then use regular seat?
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No absolutely not
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Working well for us This toilet seat is easy to install for a somewhat stressed caregiver. It is working well. My husband really appreciates the ease it gives him. For a low cost solution, it is VERY effective. May 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Brackets don't fit The piece which looks like it would fit with no assembly required does need assembly but the bracket for this $50.00 chunk of plastic doesn't come anywhere near fitting the screw holes in my toilet, so now I have to drive the 12 miles back today and get a refund. The seat itself is three inches high not counting the side 'rails' which would have been okay, but it was not going to fit in any way shape or form. If the bracket was longer with more optional holes then it would probably be okay. Before you buy a raised toilet seat make sure to measure between the holes where the lid is to make sure, that if the raised seat has holes, they will match up. January 14, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by This is an okay product This was expensive for what it is. Also, it could get really dirty underneath if not taken off and cleaned regularly. The problem is it has to be taken off to that. You can't really just raise it and wipe it off. This wouldn't be good for anyone that is really large. July 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor Quality This product is best suited for a temporary use and should not be used for ADA or small children. It sits on the toilet and as there are no holes or elevator bolts included it slides all over the place. The ease of install is negated when the product design does not provide for securing and becomes a safety hazard. May 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Total fail, the locking bracket dosen't seem to lock into place, it's to small. Total fail, the locking bracket dosen't seem to lock into place, it's to small. May 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So very useful Having this raised seat made life so much easier for me after my hip replacement -- just those few inches makes a big difference when you are having mobility issues. We didn't even install it properly so it could be moved upstairs for bedtime and then back downstairs during the daytime. The side handles made me feel very stable. February 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Supportive Raised Toilet Seat Seat was for and aging relative who needs to put some pressure on the edges of the seat to get up, some times unevenly. This is the only seat that does not slip off letting the individual to possibly fall sideways and get wedged between the commode and the wall beside it!! Not 100%, but much much better than nearest competitor!!! July 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great for handyicap Had back surgery and could not bend over, this made it possible to use the bath room with a full stiff back brace on. August 12, 2014
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