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Old 09-02-2009, 07:31 PM   #1
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Default Up #@*! Creek ! . .Electric Toilet 2001 2700 scr

The electric toilet just went out . My better half droped a scrunchie down there and tried to flush it ( while cleening it ) She said that she flushed it about three times and it stoped working . She said she got the scrunchie out ops: , now the toilet doen't work at all . No sound just nothing . I thought it might be a fuse . But I can't find the toilet fuse , or a fuse that is blown . Are there other places I should be looking . . . . Help! :|
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Old 09-02-2009, 07:50 PM   #2
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oh man....I think the fuse for the head pump is up on the dash at the bottom where all the other push in fuses go....it's a push in type dc breaker....I doubt if there is a fuseable link on the power lead....but you may need to follow the red wire to be sure.....


let us know how this one turns out!!..

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Thanks !The fuses under the dash are all fine . . . . what is the durability of the Jabsco toilets ? A hair scrunchie couldn't have burned the motor . I'm a fairlyy big guy and rooting around that boat following wires is not going to be easy .
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I kinda doubt it burned up...but depending on age...it might have....what I tell the wife and guests is..if it didn't go thru you...it don't go in there!!...I'd get a v/o meter and start checking if your getting pwr at the pump itself....


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..if it didn't go thru you...it don't go in there!!
LMFAO!!!!!! Priceless, I'll have to rememver that one. I have the wife have that discussion with the female guests.
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Hopefully your problem is fixed but if not look behind your battery switch .Thats where my head fuse is.
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