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Old 03-03-2013, 05:16 PM   #1
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Help. We have a motor coach on order and would like to install one of those toto type toilet seats that are heated and have a washlet wand.
We've found a couple seat options, and have arranged with the manufacturer to install electrical and an additional water line next to the stool, BUT, we are having trouble finding a toilet that will accept the seat.
Any and all suggestions would be appreciated.
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Help. We have a motor coach on order and would like to install one of those toto type toilet seats that are heated and have a washlet wand.
We've found a couple seat options, and have arranged with the manufacturer to install electrical and an additional water line next to the stool, BUT, we are having trouble finding a toilet that will accept the seat.
Any and all suggestions would be appreciated.
Just install the whole toilet Toto MS970CEMFG-01 Washlet Washlet® with Integrated Toilet G500 - 1.28GPF / 0.9GPF Cotton*-*eFaucets.com I would like to test one out.
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Help. We have a motor coach on order and would like to install one of those toto type toilet seats that are heated and have a washlet wand.
We've found a couple seat options, and have arranged with the manufacturer to install electrical and an additional water line next to the stool, BUT, we are having trouble finding a toilet that will accept the seat.
Any and all suggestions would be appreciated.
We use this http://brondell.com/spa-suite/freshs...ttachment.html. It doesn't have a heated seat or a dryer, but it seems to do the job, and everyone loves it. It fits almost any toilet seat with a standard seat mount. The connection from the water supply takes a little Rube Goldberging, but adapters can me made from Home Depot plumbing supply aisle.
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Will this work in a motor coach? Will check it out. Thanks!
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We use this Fresh Spa Easy Bidet. It doesn't have a heated seat or a dryer, but it seems to do the job, and everyone loves it. It fits almost any toilet seat with a standard seat mount. The connection from the water supply takes a little Rube Goldberging, but adapters can me made from Home Depot plumbing supply aisle.
Thanks. Will also check out this option.
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Will this work in a motor coach? Will check it out. Thanks!
I think that was a tongue in cheek reply. Residential flush toilets won't work in your coach.
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There are RV units that look like home units, our CC has one, no clue to make

Do some searching, 12 volt home look RV toilet to start

Look at prevost, CC and newell data.
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The Biffy UNIVERSAL: Non-Electric, Adjustable Flow, Attachable Bidet | Biffy Bidet

Check out these products. Our Techma would not accommodate any after market seats like we had in the house. With the one shown I simply cut the end off that would be mounted between the seat and bowl and then attached with velcro. There is a warmer option that works very well for us too. If you do your own install be sure to watch for leaks or seperations. Water pressure caused me some misery in the beginning. Had to run out to turn off the park water supply.
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The Biffy UNIVERSAL: Non-Electric, Adjustable Flow, Attachable Bidet | Biffy Bidet

Check out these products. Our Techma would not accommodate any after market seats like we had in the house. With the one shown I simply cut the end off that would be mounted between the seat and bowl and then attached with velcro. There is a warmer option that works very well for us too. If you do your own install be sure to watch for leaks or seperations. Water pressure caused me some misery in the beginning. Had to run out to turn off the park water supply.
What is the warmer option?
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What is the warmer option?
Check the web site I posted for pictures. It is an inline canister with a warming blanket.
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