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Old 09-16-2019, 02:32 PM   #1
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Replacing old Traveler 510 Toilet

Dear reader,

I have a traveler 510 toilet that I have been having a problem with that I would like to replace with a dometic 320. I have replaced the seal that holds the water in the bowl, but it is still leaking out. The first time I replaced the seal I purchased one that was different than the seal I removed. The seal I removed had what is called an overflow hole. The new seal had this missing so I poked a hole in the seal for this. This did not work. Purchased another seal this time it was the correct one and it held the water longer, but after time the water will still drain from the bowl. Now I have noticed when I sit on the thrown, and there is water in the bowl it very slowly leaks out on the floor of the bathroom. My girl friend is about 100 lbs heavier than me and it leaks much faster for her. At first we thought it was only her that made the toilet leak. I am now ready for a new toilet and I think I want the Dometic 320 or 310 if there is not enough room for the 320. My problem is the traveler is raised off the floor and has 4 bolts. I am attempting to add photos here of the problem.

I know I can get an adapter to go from 4 bolts down to 2 bolts, but what about this riser? Has anybody replaced a toilet with a riser? I know I will need to redo the water line as it is now on the left side whereas mine is currently on the right. Should I get a hand sprayer? I never use the one I currently have, but that may be because my toilet leaks.



Bill and Mary
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