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Old 06-02-2014, 02:28 PM   #1
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Toilet base plate removal?

I have a broken toliet base plate on my 2000 CC Allure. Is it possible to thread the base plate and sewer pipe out of the black water tank? I can not tell if it is glued to the tank or if there may be a threaded bung on the tank allowing removal. Does anyone have experience with this job on a CC.

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Old 06-02-2014, 02:44 PM   #2
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I have a broken toliet base plate on my 2000 CC Allure. Is it possible to thread the base plate and sewer pipe out of the black water tank? I can not tell if it is glued to the tank or if there may be a threaded bung on the tank allowing removal.
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Most RV toilet flanges are glued in, (not sure about yours).

Would one of these work: Sioux Chief Stainless-Steel Flange Repair Ring-886-MR at The Home Depot
(Google "toilet flange repair video" for how they work).

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Pretty sure it is glued in
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I bought a new flange and cut the old flange out with a drill saw to fit up into the new flange and sealed it with silicone. The reason I removed it was because I was getting toilet odor in coach when driving. I found both seals bad and the broken flange. CC had installed the lift base on top of the carpet which caused some of the problems. I disassembled the entire toilet and cleaned. I removed the flush lever spring and cam plate. Big mistake. It is very difficult to rewind spring and reassemble. Sealand recommended replacing it with a updated spring cartridge kit that is pre wound. $36.00 I did manage to get it back in with another set of helping hands. It will never come out again unless it breaks. It's all reinstalled now and sitting flat on the plywood floor. Time to go for a test drive and see if I still am getting odors in coach. This was a model 510 Sealand traveler toilet. Thanks for your input.
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