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Old 01-15-2019, 03:13 AM   #1
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Replacing Sealand Toilet in 1999 Adventurer

Hello, I have a 1999 Winnebago Adventurer which currently has a bone colored Sealand toilet with the hand sprayer and a four bolt flange. I believe it is a Model 510. I want to replace it with a Dometic 320 which has only two bolts.

Two questions, one, has any one made this swap and two, does the existing flange swivel or will I need an adapter?

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I have a 510, which uses SST half-clamps and a huge "radiator clamp" with rack N screw to tighten the bowl to the base.. If the 310 attaches the porcelain bowl to the plastic base the same way, perhaps you could reuse the same pedestal base. I think you could even switch the flush mechanisms in the pedestal bases.
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I have a 510, which uses SST half-clamps and a huge "radiator clamp" with rack N screw to tighten the bowl to the base.. If the 310 attaches the porcelain bowl to the plastic base the same way, perhaps you could reuse the same pedestal base. I think you could even switch the flush mechanisms in the pedestal bases.
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The 510 and 310 models are two distinct sections, the top is porcelain, which fastens to the pedestal with two halves of a stainless steel ring, secured with a ring clamp, to the bottom plastic section, which is merely for height between bowl and floor flange.
Check to see if you may leave the bottom pedestal in place by removing the clamp and halves of the SST ring. IF the 210 matches the pedestal just leave it in place and change only the porcelain bowl. This will reveal the sealing rings, use the new ones instead of the old, being careful to match the placement of the sealing rings.


I think there is a Utube video of how to replace the sealing rings, which look like gaskets. That is the procedure I attempted to describe.
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I haven’t bought the new toilet yet, so don’t really know what the connection on the new one will look like. I am for sure a newbie in RV toilets but would think given twenty years and a different brand that chances of compatability would be slim. I will check out the video!
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Well, my suggestion will not work, the ball valve seals are different this is the 310 seal, this is the 510 seal.
Are you determined to buy a 310 instead of another 510? Sure would make the change easier. Dometic is the parent company of Sealand, They are both Sealand products.
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Actually we are looking at the Dometic 320 with the elongated bowl. I guess I am just going to have to jump in and see what I am facing! I am hoping I won’t have to replace the flange. Camping World has a special price for the toilet going on so maybe I will have them install it. Thanks for all yoursuggestions.
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I was trying to say, the Dometic and Sealand toilets are exactly the same and are the same company.
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Thanks for the clarification.
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