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Old 09-28-2016, 10:27 AM   #1
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Toilet quit

Doing pre-inspection for an upcoming trip. Everything was going good until I tried to flush the toilet. It doesn't do anything when being flush also the water is not coming into the bowl to fill it up . I checked the fuse in the back of the toilet unit and it seems fine. Is there a fuse in the fuse panel that may be burned? Any other ideas of what might be going on?
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Old 09-28-2016, 10:36 AM   #2
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I'm going to assume that you have water pressure? Pump switch turned on or connected to city water?

I can't find any model of Beneke toilet's, Do you have a model number?

Does it have a separate internal pump motor?
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Is that the name of the seat?
That vintage coach I thought used Microphor toilet.
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Toilet quit

There should only be one fuse but check to make sure there is power getting to the fuse. The fuse assembly was loose on mine and intermittently caused it not to flush. You should hear it cycle regardless of water pressure. I agree with Mike. It's probably a Microphor. The OEM of the Microphor toilet is very helpful. Call them at (856) 596-1299 and Sue will likely be the one you'll speak with. She's great. Good luck and remember to post your solution here when you get it worked out.


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How about the on/off switch in the tank.


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Any luck?
Thanks for all the help, it ended up being the little fuse. All is good now
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Glad it was a simple fix.


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X2 and thanks for letting us know what he problem was and the fix.
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