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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 23-03-2012, 22:46 Thread Starter
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Replacing Electric Pump - Thetford C200/cw/s/cs Toilet

Recently had to replace the electric pump in my Thetford C200 Cassette Toilet. I put the sequence together in a tutorial for anyone who may need it. It can be seen here.

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Excellent - many thanks for sharing this.
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Sorry Cabby it is here link changed when I changed the blog to .co.uk from .com
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Thanks Graham for your comprehensive guide. I was thinking, would it not be better to feed the pump cable all the way through he rubber gland and connect it directly to the switch?. I'm not sure if heat shrink will give a water tight cover over the cable and even though you might get a tight fit capillary action does not take much to come into effect.

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Thanks Graham for your comprehensive guide. I was thinking, would it not be better to feed the pump cable all the way through he rubber gland and connect it directly to the switch?. I'm not sure if heat shrink will give a water tight cover over the cable and even though you might get a tight fit capillary action does not take much to come into effect.
Hi Bill,
It would be better but the cables are very difficult nigh impossible to remove so jointing is the only way. Mine has been done a long time now and the shrink wrap is still watertight. (Always dangerous to make such comments )
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It's not something I need to know but I might one day. Top marks and thanks for another great guide Graham

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Many thanks Andy, Bill and Nomad.

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replace Thetford c-200cw pump

Hi I have just come across your link to replace a pump in a thetford c-200cw pump.
Unfortunately the domain has expired, can you send me the details to [email protected].

Thanks Dave
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