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Post Info TOPIC: Sealand Traveler 511 toilet trouble.


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Sealand Traveler 511 toilet trouble.


Having trouble with the foot pedal. It flushes fine, but, it won't let me lift the foot pedal to let additional water into the bowl. Any ideas? Thanks



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While I can't say for sure that I've dealt with the Sealand 511, if it is like our Dometic toilet, you might consider replacing the spring assembly.

Static Toilet Room Parts - Dometic Sealand 511/911 spring ...

The spring assembly will look something like this image above, and it is fairly easy to replace.  At least, that would be the first thing I would try replacing.  Even if the spring isn't the problem, it never hurts to have a spare spring stored away in the RV.  I generally have at least 1, if not 2 or 3 springs stored away.

I don't know if this will help, but someone posted some helpful information at IRV2.

Replacing Dometic Toilet Foot Pedal Spring Cartridge

Terry



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Thanks

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