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Old 05-27-2013, 12:10 AM   #1
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I have a Sealand Traveler toilet. I noticed that if I didn't put the flush pedal in exactly the "perfect" location the water would continue to fill. So I would adjust it until the flow stopped. However, in the middle of the night when you're half asleep you don't pay attention to these type of details. Needless to say I woke up in the morning to a flooded floor. I'm assuming its the water valve, but also was considering the spring for the flush pedal. Any additional insight would be much appreciated.


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I don't know anything about this issue, but at least it sounds like it may be easily fixed.

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Repairing my Sealand Toilet was an easy deal. I broke the spring cartridge but decided since I was in there I would just replace everything in the ten year old toilet. Depending on age you may want to do the same. But, yes, the spring cartridge and the water valve are the most common culprits. Parts are common and easy to find.
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If you call sealand they will send you the parts free.
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Just got done doing that on my trip from mich to n.c model # on the front thats what you need. I replaced everything have fun don't let it get to ya all part of the fun
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Thanks for the kind comments and insightful information. Repairing items is all part of the life style. I love it (except for the flood). Thanks again for all of the comments.


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If you call sealand they will send you the parts free.
Are you referring to shipping or the actual parts for free (one can only hope)?
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