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Old 07-20-2016, 04:26 PM   #1
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New 2016 Cornerstone and Aria deluxe ll toilet does not fill with enough water on the manual setting to flush solids. Have to add water to help. Same result with pump turned on or with city water. Residential setting is worse. Not filling with one liter of water as per manufacturer.
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Old 07-20-2016, 06:25 PM   #2
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You did not indicate what model you have. We have a Anthem 44B and if you are referring to the half bath you need to add water using the small button to add water before doing any serious business. I usually give it five pushes and that is enough water to take care of any issues.
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Old 07-20-2016, 06:28 PM   #3
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I wished I had a solution for you, but welcome to the world of not listening. Seems Entegra and Thetford, with their Aria II Deluxe, have taken it upon themselves to protect you from maxing out you black tank while dry camping.

There is a flow adjustment that will increase the auto amount in the toilet, but I haven't found it. Techs tell me it is in that position.

So that said, I have seen about a 30% fluctuation based upon different park water pressures. Beyond that, you're stuck with using the "add" button (that's what they tell me) when it is "#2 time". If you are in a max rush, stow a brush like your S&B.

I'd tell you what kind of _____ proposition this is, but it is against forum rules to use that description, aptly applied
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I agree. I asked this question a year or so ago.
After every use I usually hold the small button for 4-5 cycles.
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Old 07-21-2016, 06:27 PM   #5
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Unless I'm misunderstanding the OP, I like it that my water level is low as a default in the 1/2 bath. I can fill up when I need to use it. Why waste .5 gallon or whatever it is to keep water at a decent level to use #2?
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I to am glad that the bowl doesn't fill up with water each flush. It would fill the black tank a lot quicker like the macerator rear toilet does. When needed we use the small button to add water, that is why the small button is there.
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New 2016 Cornerstone and Aria deluxe ll toilet does not fill with enough water on the manual setting to flush solids. Have to add water to help. Same result with pump turned on or with city water. Residential setting is worse. Not filling with one liter of water as per manufacturer.
We have the same model of toilet in our 1/2 bath and cannot find any reference to filling with 1 liter of water after a flush.
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I to am glad that the bowl doesn't fill up with water each flush. It would fill the black tank a lot quicker like the macerator rear toilet does. When needed we use the small button to add water, that is why the small button is there.
X2, we have a park we stay at close to family that has no water connections. It would be nice if the toilet did have an adjustment for those that would like to have two full bowl toilets. But for our needs the button works fine and is preferred.
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