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Old 08-28-2010, 02:32 PM   #1
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Unhappy Replacement of Macerator Toilet in Class A

Is it possible to take out an electric toilet in our Holiday Rambler Endeavor and replace with a flush toilet. Or, how about adding an auxiliary black tank?

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Unless you have a small pipe into black tank I see no problem replacing the toilet.
Pipe would be about 3" into tank to take care of flush for new toilet.
May have a problem adding another tank in compartment.
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Usually a maceator toilet is used due to the toilet not being directly over the black tank and the maceator toilet can pump over to the tank. Unless your black tank is directly under or very close that a slight angle will not hamper good flushing I doubt that a standard dump toilet will work with your floor plan.
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Macerator toilets are the main reason to avoid bath and a half floor plans. Its not if they will fail, its when. And sooner than later. Anything mechanical in a sewage waste stream is a real problem waiting to happen and afilthy, expensive mess to fix. Bad design.

My suggestion, take the toilet out. blind flange the opening and place a nice dressing stool there in the dressing room. Use the forward toilet.
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