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Excellent Seamark Nunn

FunBobby

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I purchased a new toilet several weeks ago from Seamark Nunn but the pump began to leak during sustained use on a recent cruise. Simon from Seamark Nunn returned my call promptly and determined the best course of action would be to replace the whole pump assembly. The new pump arrived two days later and I had it swapped out in 20 minutes.

First class customer service.
 

Baggy

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I have a RM 69 toilet that was not pumping to well
so ordered a new pump assembly from Seamark Nunn

With in a couple of weeks the plastic valve toggle broke inside the pump
On inspection the plastic toggle split in half, Hmmm....
Ordered new toggles from SMN

This year I servicing the toilet I noticed the new plastic pump housing
had developed cracks around the screw points and leaking slightly
Also the pumping got difficult after a few days, which was cured by a few drops
of cooking oil

I serviced the old plastic pump housing, and fitted the new rubber valves
to replace the new leaking pump housing

Has been working fine since, and smooth pump action

I have come to the conclusion that the new RM 69 plastic pumps were
made from inferior plastic
 

ditchcrawler

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I have used them for many years.

You do have to check the on line prices as you may find that the ticket price in the shop is different to the on line price.

They have always sold for the on line price.

There advice is very sound also.
 

Baggy

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When my RM69 started playing up, the cost of a refurbishment kit was more than a new Jabsco. So I've now get a Jabsco.
I know ... Grrrr...

I was on a sailing holiday at time,

One more problem with the RM 69 and it will be a Jabsco for me

A chap at SMN did allude to they had problems with the RM(69spares
 
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