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Old 07-23-2008, 11:04 PM   #15
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Sealand Traveler Lite Question

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I have a Sealand Traveler Lite "Short base" toilet. They fit just fine and I have not had any weight prolems with it. You have to rotate the flange but that is not a problem. My Minuet has had one for 4 years and I have a second one going into our 24' Argosy rear door. The new one has a sprayer attachment however I have found little need on the Minuet, it's an option. They are only available in Bone or White so you are color limited.
I finally got around to replacing my broken toilet with the one you suggested but I now have a question. I had my local RV shop do the replacement and it seems the toilet is back too far. The lid cannot be put up all the way so it stays up. It is a few inches shy of that position. When you said you had to rotate the the flange was that so the toilet was not quite facing straight out so the lid would rest in the "up" position? If not, how do you accomplish that? I hope you can help me out.

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Hi all i am new to the air stream family and have just purchased a 1975 26ft. Argosy and would like to replace a broken toilet seat not the whole toilet .
The rest of the toilet is fine , but the seat being so old is taped and broken and i would like to replace it .

I need a place to purchase such a seat and would like to know if one can just replace the toilet seat with out replaceing the whole thing.

If the seat can be replaced ,,how hard is it and what is the procedure.
Thank you all george
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If you toilet is the same as the one in my 75 Trade Wind, the seat is available from Thetford. Here is a link to the parts breakdown: Aqua Magic Galaxy Parts

The seat was removed by removing the clips on the bar that the seat pivots on. The new seat came with a new lid as well. The cost was around $65. Not cheap, but cheaper and easier then replacing the entire unit.
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