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Brydon Par Jabsco

I have a Brydon Par Jabsco head in my 1976 O'Day 23 giving me problems. The plonger moves easily when in pump dry mode but no water is leaving the bowl.

On the Jabsco website, it is written that part for that Brydon are not longer available with a link to new Jabsco manual toilet. I'm looking at the new Jabsco model (29090) diagram and it looks exactly the same as my current head. Has anybody ever tried the parts for the Jabsco 29090 to fix a Brydon Par Jabsco model?

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The parts kit is too expensive. You can usually pick up a new Jabsco on sale for about $100.
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I have heard that Tom Pellan has Brydon Boy parts available. 508-951-3337.
If not try Depco Pump in FL, they have lots of old Jabsco stuff
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