From: John De Armond
Subject: Re: RV toilet II
Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2006 14:59:03 -0400
On Sun, 17 Sep 2006 17:07:15 GMT, "Tim Dolan"
>Hi again folks,
> The RV center had to order the fill valve kit. I was
>also told that toilet had to be removed to change the valve.
> Can this valve be checked or cleaned first, without
>removing the toilet??
With the aid of mirrors, a flexible shaft on a cordless screwdriver
and lots of contortions, I changed the valve on an RV toilet in place.
Before I understood how they attach. Now, in about 2 minutes I spin
off the two anchoring nuts and give another minute or two to
disconnecting the finger-tight water line nut and just lift out the
toilet to work on it. RV toilets have a foam rubber seal instead of a
wax seal so unless the toilet has been in place for years, no need to
change the seal. Just set the toilet back in place, spin the nuts and