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Old 02-28-2017, 11:07 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Dutch Star Don View Post
I don't see why it would matter. It's the same valve as what is taken off, it just has an electric motor versus pull handle. Mine has been that way for three years and works fine. The hardest part is getting the wiring into the coach. On the 4018, everything is on a slide except for the half bath. The good news, Newmar seals these coaches up well and it's difficult to get wiring up through the floor. The bad news, Newmar seals these coaches well and it's difficult to get wiring up through the floor. I found the best spot was right behind the toilet, beside the plumbing.

Thanks Don, I re-read their manual and it says to install between 10 0' clock and 2 0'clock but you can install horizontal if you have to. On my coach it is easy to run the wires up to the half bath from the pegboard compartment. The control wires for the toilet enter the half bath up through the wall from there and I was able to snake the wires for the See Level up thru that small hole, Just ordered the Drainmaster with 2 switches and I'll run the wires up that same hole and install the switch on the wall and also a switch for the Macerator. But you're right the coach is well sealed from the basement. Thanks again for your great ideas.
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