Toilet leak - Plan of attack
Finally got my '79 31' rear bath hooked up to city water. I think I have a water leak but I am not sure where it is coming from. Weather I repair or replace it, Im going to have to remove it. My question is, how intricate is an RV toilet compared to a household toilet. Ive removed, rebuilt and set down more household toilets than I care to remember. If I have all the parts I can pull, tear down, replace all components with new, and set back down a home toilet in 30 min give or take.
I think mine is leaking from one of the flush lines that pours water in the bowl for the prime and flush. Hopefully can be a quick, cheap, and easy fix.
Is this project going to be about the same as a home commode? Just two bolts, floor seal and a water line?
Are the seals rubber or wax and are they universal?
Being a '79 model Agau Magic(assuming it hasn't been replaced before) if I buy a new aqua magic(cause they're the cheapest) will I have to worry about flange size issues?
Im just trying to get all my ducks in a row before I pull it off the floor.
Any input would be great, thank you.