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Old 01-07-2019, 07:43 AM   #1
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RV Toilet Repair.

We have a Thetford Aquamagic toilet that has a leaking ball seal. I have ordered the replacement parts and will replace the seals and ball when I receive the new parts. In the mean time until I receive the new parts I had heard that Vaseline Petroleum Jelly will work to temporarily help seal the water in the bowel. I have tried it and can positively say that it works. It is not a permanent fix and will eventually wear away but it does work.
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