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Old 03-25-2008, 07:00 PM   #15
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Sealand toilets

I do not have the my receipts at home, but will get them from my MH, Sealand has an office and small wharehouse with all their replacement parts in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Not far from my home port! Replaced all seals and water tubes for about $70. Will repost the info for Sealand soon. When the thing leaked, I was fearful I would encounter the same problem of no replacement parts as I had on my old 66 tradewind with a porcellin head. Sealand was more then helpful to accomodate! Be back with the info in a couple of days.
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Old 04-06-2008, 10:15 AM   #16
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SeaLand toilet parts

Sorry for the delay in getting the back.
The company I bought the complete set of seals for the toilet in my 89 345 is: Enviromental Marine Services 954-522-2626
Hope this helps!
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Old 05-18-2008, 09:02 AM   #17
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Hey, We had the thingy that connect the pedal to the sliding bottom of the toilet... so while I replaced that, I also replaced the seals. If you want tips on how to do it yourself, here is a link with pics on how I did it
Who Needs a Plumber? | Classic Airstream Roadtrip Adventures of Two City Travelers

I think you can get those seals pretty much anywhere, since SeaLand still makes this exact toilet model...
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Old 08-25-2008, 05:02 PM   #18
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Just installed a new Style II low profile china bowl toilet, and man is it nice not to have to turn the water valve on and off, haha. This one actually actually holds water as well. The sealand toilet was pretty easy to get out. The new one took quite a few mods to get in though. The has had to be redrilled since it only required 2 bolts to hold it on in different spots than sealands 4, and had to redo my water supply line. Nothing that couldnt be done in a few hours though.
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