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Old 07-31-2014, 01:37 PM   #1
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2003 Discovery toilet change

I have a 2003 39C Fleetwood Discovery. It currently has a left foot pedal Dometic 110 toilet in it. I would like to sawp it out for a brand new Dometic Sealand Revolution 320 Series RV Toilet. The foot pedal for this new toilet is on the right side. My dilemma is that there isn't a whole lot of room between the right side of toilet and the wall.

Before I go down the path of no return... Has anyone that owns the same motorhome... changed from a left pedal to a right pedal toilet? The other question is... if not does anyone know if Dometic makes this toilet in a left foot pedal version as a special order?

We don't really need a new toilet, however, this new one is a much nicer throne for the queen!!! (and king)
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I don't know if a Thetford toilet will work in your case. However it should, the model I have has a foot pedal directly in front not to the side. Might help your situation plus Thetford is a higher profile. Good for easy on easy off.
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I have a 210 in my 07. Was not holding water & as you know the gasses would come up thru the seal. Ended up replacing a $25.00 seal & it works as good as new now and the older is long gone. Nice to have a toilet that holds water now!
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Had the same issue and ended up going with a Thetford with the foot pedal in the middle. Had to redo the plumbing but with the shark bites connectors available at the big box stores it was pretty easy.
Bonus for us was that the ceramic Thetford was about 2 inches higher then the old unit.
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Does your MH have a plumbing chase behind toilet? this is a boxed area about 4 inches high and wide against the outside wall. If so you can hide any plumbing mods in this chase. I added a bodae (spelling) type toilet seat and added another water valve and gfci outlet for the seat warmer.
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Good idea / post stink.
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