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does anyone how to fix the seal on the flusher.. the bowl wont hold water for more then an hour or so


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Youtube is your friend


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Try a few drops of vegetable/cooking oil in it.

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The seals are not that hard to replace. It varies by models so make sure you're looking at the directions for what yo have. Since you may have to remove the toilet from the floor, it's a good time to do all maintenance on the toilet. Think about replacing the floor seals, replace any "O" rings, inspect all parts and replace if worn and generally a thorough cleaning. I'm not a big fan on removing the toilet so when I do, everything is getting the once over.

If the current issue is just a very slow loss of water, you may be able to just rejuvenate the seal with one of those RV toilet seal conditioner liquids. They serve to condition and lubricate the seal and work pretty well on those slow leaks.

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domedic 310 can be a breeze or a real PITA.


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Your domedic will hold for more then a our if you use vinegar.

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You can try cleaning out the ravine or using oil ... but when that doesn't work then your going to have to remove the toilet and replace the defective mechanism. In hindsight some who have done this procedure might recommend replacing the toilet - there not that expensive and some of the newer toilets are much better than the old ones. In short - removing the toilet in some rigs is a PIA and if you have to go through the trouble why not replace it with something that is new?. Just my 02.


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IAMICHABOD wrote:

Youtube is your friend

thank you so much the video was perfect it show my exact toilet.. now iam not afraid to do it

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pushtoy 2 wrote:

IAMICHABOD wrote:

Youtube is your friend

thank you so much the video was perfect it show my exact toilet.. now iam not afraid to do it


Thats great,[image]
There is a wealth of information here but sometimes you need to see how it is done.[emoticon]

Between the two I have fixed a lot of stuff.

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