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Old 09-02-2014, 07:00 AM   #1
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I am new to RVing and living in my 1999 Thor Signature full time and stationary. 60 year old female......have a lot of questions so I will be needing a lot of help and will appreciate advice.....love love my rv ....EJ

Question #1 ....I have some leaking around the base of my toilet I am assuming floor flange and seals need replacing....can someone give me step by step instructions for a Sealand 910 toilet?...Thank you
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I don't know that toilet so I am of no help. Someone will help soon.

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Ej;

Sorry I can't help with your questions but I do want to welcome you to iRV2. We are glad you joined us. Browse the forums that interest you and don't be afraid to ask questions. I would suggest you start out in the Thor Owners Forum as a starter for your Thor specific questions.

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Welcome to the forum EJ...Can't help with your toilet problem but someone will I am sure.....

You can also search the threads by entering the subject matter in the search box at the top of the page......I'm betting this has been talked about in a past thread.....good luck
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Welcome to the Forum and we hope you have many great camping adventures. I know that the RVGeeks have various youtube videos on how to service and fix various RV issues. If they don't have anything I would google and see what comes up on your particular toilet Such as "fixing a floor leak around a Sealand toilet". Hope that helps and Best of luck.

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Welcome to IRV2! We're really glad you joined the family here!

Sorry I can't help with your question. Not familiar with that toilet.

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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I'm no plumber, but I want to add my welcome! Always good to see new persons in here!
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Glad you're aboard. Best of luck on a solution to your problem. Enjoy your adventures and be safe.
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Welcome to the irv2 gang! Looks like you already have some good info on finding your plumbing answer. Folks here are really helpful and there's lots of information available by using the search functions. (Usually found in the upper right part of your web page) Good luck!
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You will no doubt need a floor gasket. Check with your local RV dealer and they should have the necessary parts. The part bag should have instructions on it, the sales person should be able to give specific instructions.
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Hi all
I am new to RVing and living in my 1999 Thor Signature full time and stationary. 60 year old female......have a lot of questions so I will be needing a lot of help and will appreciate advice.....love love my rv ....EJ

Question #1 ....I have some leaking around the base of my toilet I am assuming floor flange and seals need replacing....can someone give me step by step instructions for a Sealand 910 toilet?...Thank you
You may just need to lightly tighten the flange bolts or possible need a new floor seal.

Here should be a breakdown of what the toilet looks like and the cover (#15) you will need to remove to get to the flange bolts:



Note that part #8 goes through the side of #14 and through #13 engaging with #9 and #11. The leak can also be where the shaft on #8 goes through the side of the pedestal or could be at the seals between #14 and #2.

I have the same model and have the same issue to deal with which I have been putting off however we need to take care of it before the seepage gets bad enough to damage the subfloor.
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Wow thanks,,,that is a good diagram
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