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Old 09-24-2014, 08:46 PM   #11
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I had the same problem with my 8289 WS. Although the sewer flusher may be different than yours it is possible the that it has piled with sludge where debris enters the tank. No matter how well I thought I was rinsing the tank the pile did not flow out. I bought a plastic coated snake and was able to break it up. I ran a garden hose down the toilet and had the sewer flusher running while spinning the snake. I am not sure why it built up so bad because I always add water, at least 1/3 tank after I flush it. It's worked fine the last 2 trips we made.

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