Which Thetford inner bowl should I have ordered? (1 Viewer)

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I have a Thetford C250 toilet system which was fitted to my 2007 Frankia I680 Holiday. I ordered an inner bowl from eBay and got a different one to what was fitted. The flush point is on the side not at the back and the top is completely different.
Does anyone know what specific model I should have ordered? The original one is on the right.
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DerekHammersley
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Hi Lenny
I have looked at the diagrams and it seems to be the one. The diagrams online are very fuzzy when enlarged so it's not very clear. So thank you for pointing me in the right direction.
The problem now is getting the right attachments to fit the existing innards to the new bowl. It looks doable but I can't seem to find the part which would now connect the water pipe to the new side flush position. The original was at the back.
 
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Lenny HB

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I've just taken a photo of mine for you. It looks like where the solenoid clips in and the water pipe run, is all molded into the base unit.

I would think you would just need to fit a new pipe from the solenoid outlet to the flush outlet.

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I have the side flush one. It is on the bench style Thetford C250 with a submersible pump in the flush tank which is on the left side of the bench under the control. It is just a simple small diameter pipe run directly into that side outlet. As Lenny says, you might be able to run a pipe around from the back but be careful not to get too much of a 90° bend in it else you will kink the pipe.
Our pipe has to stick through the hole half an inch to work properly and can easily get pushed back when cleaning which is a bit of a pain.

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I have the side flush one. It is on the bench style Thetford C250 with a submersible pump in the flush tank which is on the left side of the bench under the control. It is just a simple small diameter pipe run directly into that side outlet. As Lenny says, you might be able to run a pipe around from the back but be careful not to get too much of a 90° bend in it else you will kink the pipe.
Our pipe has to stick through the hole half an inch to work properly and can easily get pushed back when cleaning which is a bit of a pain.
HI
Thanks for your help
So what I am looking for is the attachment which secures the pipe to the side flush.
I have looked at the diagrams and those parts, although numbered aren't listed
 
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There is a small plastic part attached which I guess is the bit you do not have. The pipe from the pump I cannot photo as not sure whether I need to pull off the slider handle or the panel for the flush in order to see inside. I suspect it is the panel for the flush as the pump must be attached to it electrically.
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