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Old 07-31-2005, 02:36 AM   #1
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Need a good source for SeaLand/Mansfield parts

I am in need of some info here. It seems like I may be missing a piece on the bottom of my toilet. I went to put my Mansfield 910 back in 2k5 today and when I put the new flange up to the bottom there doesn't seem to be any real place for it to seal to. When I took it off 3 months ago there was copious amounts of silicone under there. I could just put a bunch of silicone back under there but it seems kinda funky. Is that all there is or am I missing something here ? It seems like there ought to be a rubber gasket of some kind under there. I did a search here and came up empty handed. I'll include a pic. I did find an exploded view on the net, and from what I can tell I may be missing two pieces. It is hard to tell from the view I found, however. I would rather not replace the whole toilet as this one works fine. I am thinkin if I put it down like it is I will have some leaks for sure. Thanks in advance for the info.

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Old 07-31-2005, 10:47 AM   #2
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Hi Chris, Sealand parts are not easy to come by... You need a floor flange seal kit. I found mine at a local RV place. You will probably need a new water valve too. I did. Look here for a good picture. http://www.sealandsanitation.com/vacuflush_parts.htm scroll down a little. Hope this helps Lee
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Old 07-31-2005, 10:55 AM   #3
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I just replaced the floor flange seal and the bowl seals in my SeaLand toilet. A local RV dealer had the floor flange seal in stock. He ordered the bowl seals for me. Took two days to get them.

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CHRIS TRY THIS---www.marksrv.com. Go to index and then to toilets. Has blowups for Sealand/Mansfield. More than one model. This might be what you are looking for.

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Try www.sealandtechnology.com and www.pplmotorhomes.com - they have a good library of tech specs for sealand parts and fast service.
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Thanks all ! I will give the local RV dealer a call and see what they can do for me. Maybe I will get lucky and they will have everything I need.

I thought I was missing some pieces .

Bob, Marks RV is the site that I found the view I was talking about. It was good, could have been a little bigger ( easier to see ). One of these days when I am over your way I hope to have enough time to stop by. I did give a honk as I went by last Tuesday !

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