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Old 07-05-2017, 07:21 AM   #1
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Toilet Noise DRIP DRIP DRIP

I have 2017 Newmar Bay Star Sport with a Dometic Toilet. I'm setup for the next few months and have noticed that after flushing the toilet, the refilling process appears to be more noisy with a distinctive DRIP DRIP DRIP until the lower portion of the bowl is filled with water. Other than this more distinctive noise, the toilet is operating fine. Any thoughts on this noise? Should I be concerned or just ignore the noise for the minute or two until it stops?
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If the water shuts off and the bowl retains water to cover the valve, I'd just get used to the noise. If you turn off city water and the water pump for a night, and the next morning the bowl still retains water, I think you're O.K.

If water continued to run, I'd think a bit of construction debris was caught in the water valve, but you say it does stop, so I don't think it's an issue. Most all RV toilets do have a screen in the water inlet to prevent valve malfunction, you could take water line off and clean the screen, see if that makes a difference.
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