Potty report

Everything you never knew you wanted to know about RV toilets! LeRoy’s day-long project yesterday was finding out why Florence Marie’s toilet leaked and fixing it. Turns out, thirty years exceeds the life expectancy of the inner workings of an RV potty. After pulling the dirty thing out and cleaning it up enough to check, we found the leak in the water valve. You’ll notice I said “we”. I had the important job of bringing out the Awesome spray to check for bubbles! After that, a trip to the RV supply store for a valve (and a stool riser while we were at it) and a very long stop at Ace hardware for connecting parts and finally reassembly. We haven’t had a report yet this morning but it didn’t leak when he got it put back together last evening.

LeRoy said before we left Kansas that he was afraid he would learn more about RVs than he wanted to know and I think toilets qualify!

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One Response to Potty report

  1. ED says:

    I’m too late with my comment. I replaced my toilet when the flushing cable broke with a porcelain model like this one. It is SOOO much better than the old plastic ones – easy to clean. I will bet that the plastic one she has will break at the pedal soon considering its age.

    The Dometic 310 toilet is the best of all worlds. A value priced toilet, the Dometic 310 features revolutionary PowerFlush Technology and a china bowl. Manufacturers love it for the industry-best quick, two-bolt installation. Dealers love offering a china toilet at a price previously seen only for cheaper, flimsier plastic models. You’ll love everything about the 310 series.

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