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Old 05-28-2006, 04:16 AM   #1
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I have a '98 Pace Arrow and I do not know how to shut off the water to the toilet. I need to do some work on the toilet. Do I have to shut off the water to the entire MH or is there a separate water shutoff just for the toilet? You have all been REALLY helpful to me as I get up and running as a fulltimer. Thanks!!!
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I have a '98 Pace Arrow and I do not know how to shut off the water to the toilet. I need to do some work on the toilet. Do I have to shut off the water to the entire MH or is there a separate water shutoff just for the toilet? You have all been REALLY helpful to me as I get up and running as a fulltimer. Thanks!!!
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Most have a separate shut off valve somewhere near the base of the toilet. If you don't have one, you'll then have to turn off incoming water to rv and be sure the internal pump is also turned off. Then bleed off the pressure at a faucet before disconnecting the plumbing. You'll still get some drips when you first disconnect the toilet connection.
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Fred said it all !! Only thing I would add is install a "shut-off" valve at the toilet while you have it apart ...


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