BarbiBruce
The toilet in my 265rb leaks from the back sometimes while being flushed. And may have a second leak that crops up occasionally sending liquid out from the floor seal. Would this be a crack somewhere that can't be seen without removing the toilet, along with a second problem? Where should I begin?
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sunvalleyjoe
Mark had same issue . They changed the floor seal and it did not help. So dealer had to replace the toilet. Not sure if it was covered by warranty.GBA!!SVJ
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BarbiBruce
Thank you 
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mkevenson
The leak was thought to be a seal but after replacement the leak still happened. Had the toilet replaced and all is well. The toilet is warranted for 2 years by manufacturer. I am still waiting for payment after  9 months. Oh well, no leak! I did upgrade to a porcelain toilet, highly suggested!!!!
Mark
Please buy Made in USA
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sunvalleyjoe
hey Mark are you all moved yet. My son had to evacuate again for a week because of the fire. he is going to move between fires and flooding he has had it. Over 4 inches of ash when they let them return home. GBA!!SVJ
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Ralph L Staub
hey Mark are you all moved yet. My son had to evacuate again for a week because of the fire. he is going to move between fires and flooding he has had it. Over 4 inches of ash when they let them return home. GBA!!SVJ
So many people affected! it's been awful.My niece bought one of the last standing homes in Paradise last year. it's a safe place to be because there's simply nothing left to burn. Sad.
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sunvalleyjoe
Hey ralph hope all is well.  I was talking about Santa Rosa area. Mark is moving to Denver from that area. Another big fire at Topaz to Sonora junction 395 has been closed all lighting started. GBA!!SVJ
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mkevenson
Joe, we landed in Thornton, 20 miles NE of Denver 2 weeks ago. Left one day before the evacuations. I feel so bad for all who had to stay in that inferno. Today's temp in Denver 98F, This coming Tue low of 27F and rain/snow, then up to the 70s for the following weekend. EXCITING weather, I'm told. We rented a storage for the Retro, $37/month. In Kali the cheapest I found was $100 and most closer to $200 in Santa Rosa area. I already hate the thought of not having the Retro at home! Will get the Retro from our son's in Lander, Wy within the next 2 weeks, maybe even go camping, weather permitting.
Several large fires in the Rockies have made the air pretty grey when we arrived. Getting much better now. Had a communication from a Retro owner in Rock Springs area re winterizing, which I have never had to do.
Hope you and the family are well, good luck to your son and his search for a new home. I NEVER WANT TO MOVE AGAIN. Unless the fires come, of course.
Mark
Please buy Made in USA
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sunvalleyjoe
glad you are all settled in. He started internship at St Josephs in Santa Rosa. Hope he will move back to Reno trying to see if can get him on at Reno VA. Enjoy the Rockies. GBA!!SVJ
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Ralph L Staub

Hey ralph hope all is well.  I was talking about Santa Rosa area. Mark is moving to Denver from that area. Another big fire at Topaz to Sonora junction 395 has been closed all lighting started. GBA!!SVJ
 

i was really referring to the CA fires in general. seems like its coming for every acre, and you’re almost better off just grabbing your stuff and dropping a match as you leave.

my best friend just lost his home of 2 months to the fire in the Santta Cruz mountains. He had finally settled in from loosing his previous home to a fire last year and his parents home to the the camp fire the year before.

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sunvalleyjoe
yes it is crazy but my sons neighbors refuse to limb the trees or knock down high grass. The russian river hiway is or was overgrown on both sides but very little for fire break. Our place is Plumas county is very diff we have to limb trees to 8 feet from ground and all bush cleared with 50 ft of a structure or fined by USFS. pine needled and brush . GBA!!SVJ
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