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Old 02-15-2008, 10:34 AM   #1
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We have a 05 Alfa that when the Toilet is flushed it always has air in the line for a few seconds.It is a Thedford Aqua magic Aurora.I am thinking that this is caused by the vacuum brake?It is so noisy that it will wake ya up at night!!I was wondering if the vacuum brake was moved closer to the outlet ,shortening the hose might help?
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We have a 05 Alfa that when the Toilet is flushed it always has air in the line for a few seconds.It is a Thedford Aqua magic Aurora.I am thinking that this is caused by the vacuum brake?It is so noisy that it will wake ya up at night!!I was wondering if the vacuum brake was moved closer to the outlet ,shortening the hose might help?
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