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Old 04-01-2014, 12:03 PM   #1
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Leaking toilet inlet

I hooked the water up, and found I had a nice stream starting from the toilet. I tracked the problem down to the where the water supply goes into the toilet.

I have no idea how to take them apart without breaking more than I want to. The metal hose clamp. Do I cut that, or is there a better way?

I did a search and all I could find it they are pretty easy to fix. It looks like I should be able to depress the tabs at the top (and bottom I assume) and it should slide straight out? Do I need to remove the flush pedal first?

Any hints or tips would be appreciated.
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Old 04-01-2014, 01:58 PM   #2
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That is a valve for a Thetford, but I can't remember what toilet.
What does that sticker say down there? The toilet name, not model number. You will have to cut that clamp and get a hose clamp.
You sure that's where it's coming from?

On the back of the toilet base, the shroud will have two rubber bands right? Take them loose, and take off the shroud; then you can access the valve.

Actually, I think I'll retract all that

It may be a Dometic toilet. Either way, the clamp has to be cut, shroud around base comes off, and then you can get the valve off.
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