What model is my bog?

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  1. bigfoot

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    I have an 2010 A class Exsis i562 on a Tranny,the blade on the toilet has jammed. In the interest of expediency what model is it,as I want to buy a freshen up kit.Brief description,it has a swivel bowl and the tank has wheels with a trolley type bar to pull it (totally useless unless on a paved site!)
    Any idea which model bog I assume its a C200 but would like confirmation before I buy a kit.
    Thanks not crossing my legs-yet!
     
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    Has yours got Orange wheels.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CARAVAN-T...IES-4259262-/181827523511?hash=item2a55c3d3b7

    Ours has. :whistle: but I think our caravan has the C250 and the same seat that's 2009, but the camper 2012 is the C260 and has a more rounded seat although the cassette are the same.
    We had one jam and it was under pressure but managed to get the cassette out and you just turn the round top where the trap is and remove and put it back together. :eek: Bob.
     
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    There should be a (silver?) label on the cassette and/or in the locker giving the model number.
     
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    Hello Bigfoot, Jacksons Leisure in Bromborough is the cheapest around for your new toilet kit.:)
     
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    Thanks b&j,yes it does have orange wheels, can you clarify what you wrote-is it a repair? The old bench cassette we had in our old Hymer was far better.
    Thanks Mike for the info re Jacksons.
     
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    C200 does not have wheels or a tow handle.
     
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    2010 with orange wheels & tow handle will be a C250 (I think the C260 was a little later).
    If the jam up is caused by excess pressure in the cassette then just loosen the cap on the emptying spout .... if you have a SOG fitted it will not be pressure causing your problem, but make sure the blade is fully closed.

    PS The C250 and C260 use the same cassette.
     
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    Thanks for that,It is the blade that jams,I have emptied it and it seems to be the travel on the blade in that it doesn't open fully.
     
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    Hi, as said could just be under pressure, ours was and the other person in the camper :rolleyes: forced it and I had to take it apart and put it back together. :mad:

    To take the top out you just turn it, you will see two dots
     
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    Thanks wildman,I'll give it a go.
     
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    If you look very very closely at the first picture you can see one grey pube and a bogey. :nerd:

    Make sure it all goes back together properly. It looks such a fearsome device I would be worried about losing a complete set of knackers if I coughed hard enough to set the trigger off! :whew:

    I wonder if it could be linked to an intruder alarm?
     
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    I've seen that one before.. Made by Richard the third............
     
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