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Old 05-24-2010, 04:29 PM   #11
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Took that first trip to the mountains which was a 7 hour drive for us. No problems with towing.

A problem with the Thetford toilet popped up 2 days before we packed up from the campground; when the toilet was flushed, water spouted out from the upper back of the toilet. It was clean water and it seemed to be coming from some kind of valve that's not reacheable. Anyone had this problem? Hate to have to tow it back to the dealership that's about 75 miles away. Might be better to just get the part and do it ourselves. Any comments on this??
We had the spout for the flush break on us and would spray onside the bowl. The part only cost a few bucks if I remember right. In the mean time I had found some plastic weld glue that I used and it lasted the whole trip.
still have that one as a backup just in case.
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