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Old 04-24-2017, 09:31 AM   #1
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Want to replace SeaLand Electronic Toilet

Anyone done this? I was told by the guys at EliteRnR that you can't just drop a new manual toilet in place of the SeaLand 311 electronic toilet without building a platform.

I have all the flooring out to replace it, and now would be a good time to do this (an electronic toilet is one of more stupid applications on technology for not gain I know of) if I can figure out what is involved.
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Don't have a Sealand, but I do have a Tecma. The problem is the plumbing. The electric has a smaller type hose going into the black tank. Mine has a merserator so the big stuff gets ground up before going down the tube. I really like me toilet.
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Thanks for the reply RW, but mine is electric only in how it is controlled. It is a straight drop design into the tank.

I understand if the toilet is not over the tank you need some clever tech to get the stuff to where you want it, but not the case with ours.
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Hi Distaff; If you are going from an electric to a manual flush toilet and it drops straight down to the black tank, I think the only think you would have to pay attention to is the instructions from your new toilet for the proper flange and flange height. Is yours a low profile or a high profile toilet? Low profile toilets usually sit on a platform. High profile toilets don't. Just follow the mounting instructions on your new toilet and I think you will be fine. Good luck in your decision.
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