With this instructable, I hope to show those people who seem to be toilet-paper-roll-changing-challenged a way that they, too, can easily change the toilet paper roll.
Step 1: What an empty roll looks like
Now, when you go to wipe after using the bathroom and there's no paper on the roll, that is an indication that there is no toilet paper. Normally, you would find a roll (maybe) and just lay it on the back of the stool or put it on the floor or put it on a counter. What we're going to teach you today is HOW TO LOAD THE TOILET ROLL PAPER HOLDER all by yourself!!!
You may be wondering to yourself, "How will I know for sure that there's no toilet paper?" The answer is that there will be a carboard tube on the holder with no toilet paper attached. You can be assured that there is no toilet paper there. This is what it will look like when the roll is empty. If it looks like this, then proceed to the next step!
Step 2: How the Toilet Roll Mechanism Works
The thing that holds most toilet paper rolls on the toilet roll paper holder is a wonderful invention that uses a spring mechanism. If you push in on the ends of the toilet roll paper holder, you will find that it contracts in size--it's kind of like MAGIC.
Step 3: Removing the Empty Roll
This can be kind of tricky, so make sure you follow along here. Along the edge of the empty roll, you will find the place where the spring mechanism meets the solid part that is connected to the wall or cabinet or what have you. You simply pinch the spring mechanism with two of your fingers and push in. This should release the spring mechanism from the solid holder, effectively freeing the empty cardboard tube. (See picture.)
The next part is apparently quite difficult, too, so bear with me. Find the nearest trash can or recycle bin and toss the empty cardboard container in there. (Again, see picture.)