If I was a gamblin' man I put money
on your head
recomends care in the selection of toilet paper and I'd go along with that. The nice modern stuff jams up my Lavac
. I find the really cheap
Homebrand stuff from Woolworths
works best but there is probably a wide variation.
Have a browse through the Vacuflush
website and see if you can pick up some handy hints.
Now you have to decide if you want service
or to do the job yourself.
I could not see any manual for the Vacuflush on their website but I'm sure if you had a chat with their service
dept. they would steer you in the right direction.
Then its a matter of getting the right tools and parts
and going to work.
1) If undoing a connection that may have had some pressure behind it stay well clear.
2) Find a container that should collect any drips/flows/deluges and place it under whatever item is being undone.
3) If normal operation requires seacocks to be open make sure thay are open.
Don't ask how I know this...