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Old 09-08-2015, 06:26 PM   #11
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if you have the C-4 model here is the print and parts list you most likely would need either part# 8,9 or 10 or the complete assembly. These parts can be found on e-bay or from a dealer

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8---33193 Flush tube
9---33356 Inlet tube
10--33355 Bellows
20--2029162 Flush Mechanism White
What a timely post, I just dug one of these out of the old camping stuff that's been parked years. Doesn't want to flush and I hadn't googled it yet. Thanks for the time saver.
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We went out and pulled the pump out and was able to turn the impeller, so it's not bound up with gunk or anything. Tried pressing the flush button and we could hear the clicking and I could also feel the "tick" in the pump as I held it in my hand. Then it stopped. Pulled the fuse and it's blown. So I'm thinking the pump is shot?
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look on the pump and see if it gives an amp rating if it does then make up a wiring harness with a fuse in the hot leg and connect it to you battery if the fuse blows I would replace the pump but from what your saying I do think the pump is bad
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Well, the fuse that is in it is a 3 amp fuse, so I would hope that it's a 3 amp or less rating! I'll have to see if I can figure out where the wiring gets hooked in under there. It's so cramped and difficult to see and get to. Hopefully it's not too difficult or impossible to get to. The impeller didn't even try to turn when we tried it, so I am thinking it's the pump too. Since I was able to feel the "ticking" in the pump, it had to be getting power/signal to try to run, but couldn't. Thanks for the help Bedrck46.
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Let the forum know how you make out after you get it fixed
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Ok, the new pump for the toilet arrived today. We put in a new fuse, hooked up the wires temporarily and hit the flush button and it WORKED! Unfortunately, the new pump is considerably smaller than the old one and it doesn't fit in the bracket like it should (research into replacing it we knew we'd have to do some adjusting). So we've used some silicone to fill in the area between the new pump and the bracket and it's setting up. Soon we WILL have a FLUSHING toilet! Thanks for all the help in diagnosing the issue!
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Aha!

When I bought my new to me PuP last year I had this exact issue. When flushing all I heard was a click click click. I called Thetford (who has incredible customer service, the rep stayed on the phone with me for 50 minutes while I fixed it)

I was instructed to disconnect all power to the PuP and remove the toilet paper holder. This provides access to the water tank, then pull out the submersible pump motor. Then was told to lube "the heck" out of the motor with WD-40 and try to spin it manually.

Sure enough my pump motor was frozen, using a screwdriver and liberal amounts of WD-40 I sprayed and turned it until it spun freely. Then reinstall everything and Presto, it works like new!!

I hope this helps :-)

Update * I was so excited that I knew the fix, I missed your last post that you resolved the issue already..... Sorry
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Mine says not to exceed 5 amp fuse. Read on another forum where flush motor seizes and blows fuse. Again from others, you can try to free pump impeller, but most say just replace the pump every few years, don't use additives to flush water. Pump was about $45 on Amazon.
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