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Old 05-20-2014, 07:08 PM   #1
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Re-installing the foot operated flush lever on. Dometic 320??

At the weekend, while trying to fix a leak from the fresh water supply of the Dometic 320 toilet I failed to notice the "Do not remove" moulded on to part of the foot operated flush lever before I unscrewed and removed it. I thought I'd re-installed it correctly (after some fiddling around, laid on my side in cramped conditions, etc, etc.) but apparently I hadn't. Now, when the foot lever is even slightly pressed the toilet bowl seal opens and any water drains into the tank. Not what should happen in that it should add water to the bowl until fully depressed, thereby opening the seal.

Does anyone know how this spring loaded lever should be re-installed? Any advice would be most welcome.
Btw, I never did patch the leak and still need to fix that too but it would be easier to just buy that part new.

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