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Is there a rebuild kit for sealand 910 series toilet or do I have to buy an entire new toilet, (ouch). Any guidance, insight and wisdom is hugely appreciated!

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Newbie to the RV camping world. Just purchased 1990 camper in great condition but toilet needs help



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You might find the price of parts almost as much as replacing depending on what parts you need and if they're available. Campingh World has new toilets starting as low as $149.


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Had a guy at a RV rental place say it's cheaper to replace if you are talking about the moving ball valve. If it's just the bottom seal, then replacing is easy enough.

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Did one a couple of years ago. Kit cost around $35.00 then.

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We replaced the seal last year and found that after a year the bowl wasn't holding water again. The problem is that the ball valve can get scratched which ends up ruining the seal. As someone already noted, the cost of the ball valve plus seal is almost the cost of a new unit. We ended up replacing our toilet last month for exactly this reason.

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The cost of the Ball kit and the seal are about $45 each. Maybe $100 plus with shipping and Tax. My Sealand costs $244.99 today at CW.

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RV Toilet Parts

Select 'Toilets' from category drop down window

Select 'Sealand' from menu on left side

Select your model of Sealand toilet

Check for price/availability of repair parts.

Toilet Replacement Comparison Chart

Check for replacement toilet.

Do 'goggle' search for pricing/availability of replacement toilet

Compare repair parts vs toilet replacement pricing.

Your choice........

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