So head #2 there's absolutely no instructions with this kit. I figure we ju…

So head #2 there's absolutely no instructions with this kit. I figure we just start taking apart and find all of the pieces in our service kit and replace those? The motor runs, just nothing happens in the bowl. And what does that lever on the floor do?? (Never had this model before) … update: think we found the problem (see pics)




So head #2 there's absolutely no instructions with this kit. I figure we just start taking apart and find all of the…

Posted by Cindy Chebultz on Saturday, May 4, 2019

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  1. Ray Tangent
    Ray Tangent says:

    The lever on the floor let’s water in for flushing. In my Connie it pumps sea water. Some have been converted to pump from a fresh water tank.

  2. Ray Leimback
    Ray Leimback says:

    When you push the button that makes the pump run it sucks what ever is in the bowl into the holding tank. To get more water into the bowl step on that lever with your left foot while still pumping , it brings in lake water so you can control how much water you pump into the tank. The lever on the right as you look at the bowl is so you can manually pump it if you loose power or the motor dies. Have to disconnect the linkage first by removing a 7/16 bolt . My is 51 years old and still works great , just a little loud compared to other ones Groco still sell the same unit today rebuild kits run 80 to 100 dollars. I got my cheap thru Walmart but never had to use it. That looks the same as mine and it’s a K regular toilet service kit from Groco

  3. H Wiley Williams
    H Wiley Williams says:

    Depressing lever with foot lets in sea water; it is spring loaded to close auto. U press it in conjuction with running the motor to flush the bowl. Doubt a replacement shaft is in the service kit. Call or E Grocco, they been making that unit for yrs & when properly maintained, works & will last!

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