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Old 04-28-2012, 07:09 PM   #1
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Toilet Mod ?

Ok so a toilet sprayer attachment is $58.00 at the dealer so why could you not just install a T fitting in the supply line that feeds the toilet and attach a normal kitchen sin sprayer to it ? Your thoughts any pros and cons that i am missing ?

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That's exactly how my sprayer appears to be connected. A shut-off was put in line with the sprayer past the T, although I'm not sure it's necessary. The sprayer hose only gets water when the toilet pedal is depressed. The sprayer is a standard sink one.

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Old 04-28-2012, 07:29 PM   #3
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It depends

I would think it depends upon which side of the toilet valve you hung the T.

The Sealand Sprayer seems to divert ALL of the water to the sprayer and a simple T would not do that. With water pressure in RV's being what it is there would never be enough pressure left to make the sprayer effective.

If you hang the T before the valve you'll need a shutoff because the sprayers are leaky things in the best of times. And if you have kids in the RV?
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