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IS THE FLOAT ASSEMBLY (Mfg. p/n 08204) available

IS THE FLOAT ASSEMBLY (Mfg. p/n 08204) FOR THE THETFORD AQUA MAGIC III toilet available and is there any remove and replace instructions available?

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Http://www.thetford.com/HOME/CUSTOMERSUPPORT/ProductManuals/tabid/265/Default.aspx
Follow the link above. This is where you will find the manuals to your RV toilet. You will probably find everything you need here are at least a phone number to speak to a real person. Good luck and I hope I was able to answer your question.

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