When there's not a supply house open, you'll never get anyone from Lowe's or Home Depot to understand WTF you're talking about, and you've just broke the most important toilet in the house, trying to replace a snap on disc.
Drilled that solid piece of plastic where it broke off flush to tolerance, used a handle screw from a hose bibb faucet, and used super glue to secure the screw even though it was not necessary.
Wrapped the head of that brass screw as an overkill precaution, disc snapped on with no problem whatsover, customer rewarded me with brownies for the road for getting that toilet back in operation, instead of being without till next week.
This was the first time I've worked on this style AS in about 4-5 years, at least.
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