THETFORD MAGIC V TOILETS - BEECH LANE UPGRADED REPLACEMENT VALVE FOR MAGIC V TOILETS This toilet seat fits both the high and low model Thetford Magic V toilets. replacement valve from Beech Lane is now constructed with upgraded materials and components, which will result in improved lifespan and functionality. The kit includes all the hardware and instructions necessary for installing the replacement valve. Thetford part number 31705 is comparable. Includes both the high and low models of the Thetford Aqua Magic V. Hand sprayer attachment compatible with the optional sprayer is not available
The following claims are patented re- Engineered with polymer blends for high performance in freezing conditions - designed for higher temperatures. These components can prolong the valve's lifespan and performance. These features, including a freeze-resistant polymer blend, ultrasonic welding along vulnerable seams, and durable construction, help make the valve durable.
A VALVE LIFESPAN THAT IS HIGHER As a result of changes made by Beech Lane, the valve cap is now more durable so you won't have to take your Thetford toilet apart every year to fix the leaky valve cap after the winter season.
A LIFETIME WARRANTY IS PROVIDED BY THE MANUFACTURER- In the event that the valve EVER fails, cracks, or leaks, you will be covered by the manufacturer's warranty for a
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Questions & Answers
Is this safe to use on side flush toilets?
It works just fine yes
Do you know if this will work on model 31671 from Thetford?
It is not listed as compatible with 31671, but since they specify compatibility with 31705 (but not 31671), I suspect it isn't. Possibly worth trying to get in touch with the folks at Beech Lane to verify this.
What is the fit for the 31667 model?
This will happen, according to me. I removed the old ome and compared the picture with the new one, and it was an exact match
Could you please advise me how I can fix the valve on a toilet called classicit that came out of a 1972 fan camper?
Designed to fit thetford Magic V toilets, this part is specifically configured to fit them. It could never be made to function on anything else since it needs to be attached to both the body of the toilet and the flush mechanism in order for the device to function.
Selected User Reviews For Beech Lane Upgraded Toilet Water Module Assembly 31705 for Thetford Magic V Toilets, Compare to Thetford 31705 Valve, Leak Resistant, Increased Lifespan, High Performance in Freezing Conditions
Replacement of the Beech Lane water module in the Thetford Magic V RV toilet was successful
One of the water modules on the back of our Thetford Magic V RV toilet had a leak. In the year that we repaired our toilet, it was nine years old. In order to replace this valve in all Thetford toilets (I've been told), you must take the toilet apart. It is a common practice to replace the whole (plastic) toilet, but in our case we selected to replace the module only. It was our first DIY project, and we learned a few lessons along the way! After the toilet is removed, it is easy to replace the valve, and video tutorials for doing so can be found on YouTube. If you want to replace the water pipe from the valve into the toilet bowl, you might also want to replace the (few inches of) clear plastic tubing (not included). There is no clamp on this tubing, and over time (or with higher water pressure? ), it is said to stretch at the connections (or while in use? another source of leakage. We found tubing similar to that at our local hardware store. Since we had to take the toilet up twice before all leaks were resolved, we learned our lesson about the tubing the hard way. In the YouTube videos, there was no mention of the tubing issue. brilliant that Beech Lane included a new rubber ring seal at the bottom of the toilet to allow it to be re-used A. Install. This is a small bedroom with a In order to reconnect the water source, my husband had to "feel" around and reach. Furthermore, make sure the square angle on your toilet is completely down. There has been an adjustment to make ours is slightly off and we will need to readjust (again, hard to judge in such a confined We have had no problems with the toilet during our last few campouts- I'm not aware of any leaks. There is a change in the way the flush sounds, as it is louder and more vigorous now. Beech Lane is made from heavier plastic than the original Thetford, which is supposed to protect against freezing as well. We live in South Carolina and have not had to winterize our camper in the past 8 years. However, we store it on our lawn and our winter temperatures are borderline. As a result of the completed work, we are happy with the quality of the Beech Lane water module, together with the added protection against freezing! The whole package is very reasonably priced.
| Dec 21, 2020
This is one hundred percent better than the original Thetford
Having installed this Beech Lane Water valve assembly 31705 for Thetford Magic V toilets into a Zinger Z1, which has caused nothing but frustration since I installed it, I wasn't prepared for the ups and downs that followed. It started leaking again for the third time in 5 years, and I was at the dealership once again arguing that the factory original valves should be replaced for free, when I overheard a service technician tell the parts person to get online and order this valve since it is My dealer's estimate was $376, which is a great deal less than what I saved myself on my valve myself and was able to change it myself with no difficulty. I only had to pay me $1 for valve and labor, my actual cost was $1 for valve and labor. We ordered a Super Big Diet Dr. Pepper from Speedway to be enjoyed during the Despite the fact that it comes with a new rubber sealing ring for the floor, this valve is amazing. The employees at Beech Lane are also fantastic. The answer is an easy one -- just get this valve and a Flexible water faucet hook up hose to relieve the tension, and you'll be set and pleased I did have one small complaint, and that is that I wasn't aware of how bad the odor would be once it was removed Clean and deodorize the tank first, I trust you on this.
| Feb 05, 2021
Thetford toilet valve that is freeze proof
In the design of Thettford RV toilets, there is a poor water inlet valve The chances of them rupturing from freeze damage are virtually 100% While the water system has been drained, a small amount of water remains in the valve The valve gets ruptured when a bit of water gets into it. In addition, there is no fix Replacement is the only option. The items have been repaired & replaced
Had to replace the OEM Thetford valves twice. This Beech Lane replacement is designed differently and the company claims that it can withstand freeze damage. Having not yet used it in a circumstance that would give me that evidence, I'm inclined to think it should be. It took me about three weeks to install a drain line & If water is to be stored in very cold weather, a valve is required to drain it completely. A couple of times each winter, our RV is used in very cold weather. Changing the water valve in an RV is a bit of a hassle due to the close fit between the toilet and shower room. In any case, the valve can be easily installed once the toilet is removed.
| Feb 04, 2021
The original is much better! The valve here is much better than what is on It is much easier to control the flow
should have used this part the first time. I previously replaced the valve with the stock part. It is a very simple fix and it works very well. There is a single Phillips screw holding the valve in place. It is just a matter of bending up the tab with the plastic peg to remove it from the bowl after removing the screw. Disconnect the steel lever connector gently from the lever and pull the lever out of the bowl tube. Replacing in the opposite direction. While it takes a little work to put the bowl fill tube on without displacing the O-ring, it is definitely worth it I will ring you. Having patience and pushing through will pay off As you go, make sure you ring in. As you tighten the bolts on the back of the toilet, use your body weight to compress the foam gasket while you tighten the bolts. simply leaned against it with my chest.
It took about 15 minutes to do the whole thing.
| Mar 11, 2021