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Old 03-18-2023
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Replaced the toilet flush seal on dometic. Bowl now has standing water all day (4 people)

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I need to do this to mine. Can it be done without removing the toilet?
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Old 03-18-2023
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I need to do this to mine. Can it be done without removing the toilet?
Yes,make sure you wash before you eat!
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Yes,make sure you wash before you eat!
I wore gloves.


Just close the water supply off, gently push down on the old with a screwdriver while holding seal with other hand.

Inserting the new requires two hands, have a helper hold gate open while inserting the new.
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I wore gloves.


Just close the water supply off, gently push down on the old with a screwdriver while holding seal with other hand.

Inserting the new requires two hands, have a helper hold gate open while inserting the new.
Just the other day someone mentioned the directions said to install the new seal with the gate closed,of course i always did it with the gate open (never,never read the directions!!)
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I knocked some more off the “to do” list.. we head to Kerrville by the river Friday with my daughters and wife.

- Changed out the toilet seal - required me to remove top bowl - 2 pieces like a gasket..
- Replaced the driving light bulb on the PS
- Changed out the Trailer plug after discovering they had the running lights swapped with the brakes - that was fun tow.. also added a dedicated ground and power wire (only missing reverse wire).
- Swung radiator and tightened the belts
- Topped off the PS reservoir
- Got the hydraulics lifts to work
- Added missing bolt from the new air bag (old bag was fine thread)
- Discovered there is need to weld a joint at the DS front shock lower mount
- Checked Trans fluid
- Organized the bins
- Topped off the batteries

Still some work to do.. but very close..
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Old 04-03-2023
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Washed the salt spray and bugs from the trip to Birds at the Beach vacuumed the floor to get all the sand out . Clean and ready for the next trip to St.Augustine Fl.
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Put in the Mofi mobile router with roof mounted 5G antennas (x2). Got a sim from Verizon coming. Test it out next month. Sim is unlimited data 65 a month and service can be turned off as it’s not needed .
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you should have air at the steering wheel tilt,and does the old seat have the seat slide?
the one that lets it slide side to side?
Its air operated.
Today I was tracking down more systems, washed the windows and organizing the joey bed stuff. Surely enjoying our new toy.....

Does the air system need to be pumped up to get the wheel to tilt?? I've been trying mine and it goes nowhere??
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Sadly we are emptying, washing and cleaning after another great winter trip!
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Today I was tracking down more systems, washed the windows and organizing the joey bed stuff. Surely enjoying our new toy.....

Does the air system need to be pumped up to get the wheel to tilt?? I've been trying mine and it goes nowhere??
Your model coach does not have an air tilt,its all done the old way,manual...
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