[Sentoa] Toilets and other things

tugs4me at comcast.net tugs4me at comcast.net
Tue Jun 26 19:58:52 EDT 2007

Fellow tuggers

I'm tempted to say we always keep the seat clean because my wife makes me put the lid down, but I won't.  Good advice, thanks.  Will see how the liquid detergent works for a few days while I search for that cleaning kit.

Jim Moore
RILEY, 37085
 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Jim Waskowich <gybetalk at yahoo.com>
> I have had the phenom of the ball sticking when
> depressing the pedal and found the seat needed to be
> cleaned.  Work their scrubbie-on-a-stick around the
> perimeter between the ball and the seat using the gel
> that comes in the kit.  Restores silky smooth
> operation.  I take it from your report if you force
> the ball, you're in deep doo-doo... good lesson!
> Jim
> --- tugs4me at comcast.net wrote:
> > Fellow Tuggers-
> > 
> > Was out of internet service for a couple days and
> > find the thread still going.
> > 
> >  The problem with the VacuFlush device going out of
> > register is not on the release action, it's on the
> > flush action.  AND, it's happened again, twice in
> > the last week while cruising.  If you're lucky, you
> > can feel some extra resistance when you first
> > depress the pedal, then you can tap the pedal a
> > couple times, lift it as you would to fill the bowl
> > and work the "ball" valve free.  However you usually
> > just step on the pedal smartly to maximize the
> > vacuum effect and there's no recovery if it slips
> > out of register...
> Jim Waskowich
> Grand Adventure
> NT37-142
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