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My flush has stuck on, how can this be sorted.?

Toilet flush on constant in motorhome?

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Close the Inlet Water valve to the Flush Tank.
Remove the lid on top of the Tank cover.
Check the link/chord connecting the flush knob and the Flush valve.
It might be broken.
Normally the Flush Tank lever, which is outside the Tank lifts the Flush valve at the bottom of the Tank.

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