Repairing Two Common Problems with the Toilet

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Repairing Two Common Problems with the Toilet

Unread postby Ray Charbonneau » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:58 pm

Here's a write up from the LeSharo-Owners Yahoo Group:
Two common problems with the toilet are Water supply and/or shut off
valves don't work correctly and Fresh water leaks around the base of the
toilet.
Here are instructions for fixing both problems:
1. Remove the panel behind the toilet (7 plastic caps atop 7 screws);
2. Remove the short water line at the T;
3. Press the pedals down and remove the nut on the front bolt;
4. Remove the round "peephole" cover under the seat and look down and to
the right for the rear bolt. You can remove that nut with either a socket set
with extension and an offset "wobble" socket, or reach it from behind with
a wrench;
5. Lift the toilet out and lay it upside down;
6. Remove the screws around the metal plate along with the other two, then
lift off the plate;
7. Remove the screws around the next layer below the previous plate and
you can separate the sections of the toilet;
8. If your toilet water supply does not operate properly, replace the foot
pedal-actuated shut-off valve with one from an RV shop;
9. If your toilet leaks fresh water around the base when flushing, you need to
seal a hole in the little rectangular box where the two hoses attach. To do
so:
a. Remove the seat by pulling the plastic keepers sideways from their
mounts;
b. Push the seat mounts forward and slip them through the housing
(the rectangular box is attached to these mounts;
c. Remove the 10 screws from the top of the box;
d. Discard the little plunger and shrivelled seal (the reason it leaks
water;
e. Using epoxy glue and a nickel (5 cent piece), seal the hole shut;
f. Reassemble toilet and put a little Vaseline on the rubber sewer ring
before reinstalling it.
John Elliott

John is the original author, I just found it and reposted it here for all!
Ray
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Winter Haven, FL
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