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Old 08-06-2019, 10:02 AM   #1
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Clogged toilet on Fleetwood Bounder

Half bath works fine but rear full bath toilet is clogged up. Trying to use plunger but not making progress.
Just got this 2011 Fleetwood Bounder Classic from my brother who hasnít used it in over a year.
Everything else is working fine.
Not sure if I should try to snake it like a home toilet.
Thanks for any suggestions..
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Snake or some toilets can take a strait stick down the hole (depends on whether you pipe is strait or has a bend). Some put down a hose to push and spray water both. Good luck. Next time, never keep the black tank valve open until dumping and use lots of flush water. Some also put a few gallons into newly dumped tank so the bottom is never dry.
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I’ll try the hose trick since it has a bend.
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That worked on my Bounder. Thereafter more water and less tp were used and it never happened again.

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Does that year Bounder have the vacuum pump system?
May need to address the pump if you do.
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