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Hi guys, I will at some point have to replace the valve or the vacuum breaker in my toilet. The problem is that water seeps through after flushing. I have been leaving the cassette slightly open so the water runs into the cassette but this means it fills up too often. Could any one recommend the best place to get the spares from. Would it be wise to replace both parts just to be safe as I don't want to pull it apart again in the future.
 
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Find the part number from the Thetford Spares site and order one from either one of the accessory shops here or your local one or Ebay
We've just replaced one whilst we were in La Vila Joiosa by going to the Caravan shop opposite El Raco in Benidorm to replace the old one just twists out and the new one twists straight in (BUT clean the hole first)

Thetford Cassette Toilet Automatic Vent C200 #23722

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Hi guys, I will at some point have to replace the valve or the vacuum breaker in my toilet. The problem is that water seeps through after flushing. I have been leaving the cassette slightly open so the water runs into the cassette but this means it fills up too often. Could any one recommend the best place to get the spares from. Would it be wise to replace both parts just to be safe as I don't want to pull it apart again in the future.
I think this is what you are after: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/30401158...d=link&campid=5338547443&toolid=20001&mkevt=1

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Sorry guys I have misled you by not giving enough information. The parts I require are for the actual flush system.
 
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Now you will think this stupid, but refill the pipework with 50/50 white wine vinegar and water. Run some through and leave to sit and the acid will dissolve any hard water deposits and can often solve the leaking valve. If it doesn't work, I find it easier to remove the toilet to access the valve and vacuum breaker. Renew the pipework inside at the same time

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I had exactly this problem with that model toilet after it had been in storage through a number of winters during the covid lockup. The little remaining water in it could have frozen and damaged it I think. I replaced the part donkey has linked to and also the solenoid. I don't know if both were required, but cheap enough to do both (and they're in the same place). The proper solenoid is quite expensive (about £60 from memory), but you can use a 12 volt washing machine one. I was in France at the time and got this one (€14):

ÉLECTROVANNE 12 V. CHARGE EAU LAVATRICE 1 VOIE 180° UNIVERSEL ø SORTIE 12​


The only difference is the electrical connections are on the other side, so had to free up the cable so it would reach. Flush worked better than ever - reached right around the bowl.
 
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