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Old 07-30-2013, 03:51 PM   #1
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2014 27' FB International
Payson , Utah
Join Date: Jul 2013
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Repairing Air Stream Toilets

I have just finished re plumbing my1973 27 foot Air Stream International, I had a really hard time finding a way to get the toilet up, but eventually I found there was a 1/2" nut down behind the flush valve where it is really hard to see.
The nut came off really easy then I found an other nut way back in the back that was impossible to see but I could feel it with my hand, I eventually got a wrench on it and loosened it a little with my hand and the toilet came rite off. and the toilet lifted rite up, before l started loosening the nuts I disconnected the supply line. Be sure to disconnect this supply line. The rest came easy Just thought this info. may be of use to some of you, who are trying to replace or re store your facility.
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