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RM69 toilet spares: electric or manual?

Hi guys, my RM69 toilet is not behaving. Think that the seals and joker valve need replacing. It is an electric model. Will the standard service kit do for this or is there a special electric kit? Sorry if this is a dumb question?
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Re: RM69 toilet spares: electric or manual?

these are the parts in the service kit- I googled rm69 service kit

M69 Toilet Service Kit
- Universal spares kit for RM69 manual toilets.
Kit contains 1 each of the following: Inlet valve, outlet valve, non-return valve, sealing ring and piston ring.
These spares also fit P.A.R./Mansfield/SL44 toilets


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Thanks for your reply. I too googled this stuff. My problem is that I am not sure whether this kit also services the electric toilet. On some websites I can buy this kit for 40. I can buy an electric kit for 69 but it seems to have the same stuff in it!! What am I paying for if I get the electric? Is there anyone out there who has serviced an electric rm69?
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