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Valve in dometic vt2500 toilet won't close

When I press the pedal to flush the toilet, the valve opens but then doesn't close. Please help

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You might want to try and lubricate the rubber gasket with some silicone grease or plumbers grease. If that doesn't work, follow this link. I'm sure there is information for your toilet at the Dometic website. http://www.dometic.com/enus/Americas/USA/Customer-Support/

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