Pull toilet and cut down flange?
Hello, We recently purchased a 2014 Wildcat Max TT and seem to have an issue with solids building up at the bottom of the toilet neck. It appears that at the base of the neck of the toilet there doesn’t seem to be enough room to exit the tube and go to the tank. We have clean/drained/flushed numerous times and all liquids seem to exit without any obstruction. But as soon as there are two bowel movements, it seems to clog right at the bottom of the toilet, before the solids can enter the tank. We have bought a swirling flexible tank cleaner, but can’t get it to bend in any direction at the bottom of the neck of the toilet.
We spoke with a Forest River representative and he said we will need to have the toilet pulled and have the flange going into the tank cut off so that the down pipe is shorter to allow better flow.
Has anyone ever heard of and attempted this? If so, what was your experience? Was it hard to do? My husband is a general contractor but hasn't done any sort of repairs to an RV before.
Appreciate the help