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Old 08-01-2018, 12:41 PM   #1
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2008 Discovery 39R Switch Toilet to Dometic 320

I have a 2008 Discovery 39R I'm wanting to change out the Sealand 210 toilet to a Dometic 320 does anyone know if it will fit,there isn't much room there because of the lower wall lay out
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I just had my local RV repair shop put a 320 in my 2007 Newmar Kountry Star. He looked up the measurements from the Dometic site and had no problem pulling the old toilet and putting the new one in in an hour or less. NOTE, if your current toilet is on a raised platform, be sure to order the shorter model 320.
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According to the Dometic install specs the 320 requires a minimum of 11 inches clearance to each side wall and to the rear wall, measured from the center point of the floor flange.
Remember, the seat height of the standard height model is 18 inches. The low profile model is 14 inches.
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If the 320 doesn't fit the 310 might. When I replaced my toilet I had to use the 310 to fit it in. The 310 is not as elongated and I had to purchase the lid separate as it didn't come with one.
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I have a 2008 Discovery 39R I'm wanting to change out the Sealand 210 toilet to a Dometic 320 does anyone know if it will fit,there isn't much room there because of the lower wall lay out
I have a 2008 Bounder 38S. Maybe the water closet is similar in floor plan? Anyway.....I put in the Dometic 320. Fits fine.
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i have a 2008 bounder 38s. Maybe the water closet is similar in floor plan? Anyway.....i put in the dometic 320. Fits fine.
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