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Old 05-21-2014, 08:44 AM   #1
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Aria Classic 1 problem

On this toilet sometimes it flushes and other it won't
Did some checking and found a replacement part from Thetford #19613.
Just wonder if anyone has similar problem and used this fix?
Or is it better to just replace toilet with new, but cheaper model?

Thanks for any info,
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After replacing three of those Valve/Motor assemblies in 6 years I finally got rid of the POS.

I installed a Sealand Magnum Opus over 4 years ago and I've been a Happy Camper ever since.

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Old 05-21-2014, 12:00 PM   #3
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We were having problems with ours randomly not flushing, then I noticed the ceiling lights would flicker when the toilet ran, then the water pump would do the same to the lights. I decided the main 12v shut-off relay contacts were bad. Changed the relay and the toilet works perfectly. That was a few years back. Before you jump for the expensive fix, be sure the cheaper fixes are ruled out.
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Old 05-21-2014, 12:59 PM   #4
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... I decided the main 12v shut-off relay contacts were bad. Changed the relay and the toilet works perfectly. ...
Bob,

This might be a dumb question and I can't think of another "main 12v shut-off relay" but do you mean the relay for the "salesman" switch by the front door?
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Ours has a main battery disconnect switch by the front door. I'm not sure if yours is setup the same way, but our switch controls the relay that I replaced. For us, it was a $20ish metal can style relay, looking like this. It is rated for maybe 50 amps. Yours may be entirely different. When our main switch is off, the toilet is dead.
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I had an Aria Classic II, the previous owner told me it failed twice. I was less than impressed with it. Took it out and put in a manual operated toilet. I am pleased with my decision.
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Thanks for the input, thinking of going with manual flush.
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