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Old 08-01-2010, 09:36 PM   #1
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Low toilet Pressure

I have recently bought a FRS 291 and this is my first TT. I have been using it for the first time here in Gulfshores Al. I've been in it for a week now with no problems at all, but have recently noticed that I have low toilet water pressure. I still get good pressure throughout the rest of the camper and have tried un-hooking from the water source here at the camp ground but have not sucessfully fixed the problem. I am pretty good at fixing things or at least figuring them out and I have come to the conclusion that it might be in the fixture behind the toilet. I have no leaks anywhere and not sure what to do next. the water will come out but its more of a trickle than a swirl around the bowl. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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Old 08-01-2010, 09:40 PM   #2
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Hi and welcome to FRF
If you have good pressure in all other places I would think it was some garbage in the line close to the toilet valve. I would take off the line with all water off and try to flush the line with some help into a bucket. If the line seems clear I would look into the toilet valvel having an issue. It may not be opening up 100% for some reason.

Hope this gets you going.
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What is FSF ???

Flushing System Forever ???
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Makes sense. Is the valve replaceable by itself or do I have to buy a new toilet?
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Makes sense. Is the valve replaceable by itself or do I have to buy a new toilet?
Yes they are a replaceable part.
Check the front of the toilet below the rim . It should have a label with brand and model toilet. ( in most cases)
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Old 08-01-2010, 10:12 PM   #7
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Thx. I have now noticed that I get an innitial burst of water then comes the pathetic trickle. The toilet is a thetford Mod 31684. Ill look into it
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