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Old 03-04-2019, 06:01 AM   #1
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Has anyone changed out the gravity toilet with a mascerator toilet?
Thanks for your thoughts.
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Old 03-06-2019, 08:28 PM   #2
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A switch like that would help if the toilet was moved from dumping directly into the black water tank to a different location, such as changing a rear bath to center bath.



The toilet height tends to be an issue for that type of change.
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After having a 26U and a 30Bunk, both with mascerator toilets, now having an AS without one is a huge improvement. The MT consumes more than twice the amount of water per flush and I had to dismantle it twice on the road because my children “forgot” not to flush wipes. Beware! I’ll never deal with that again!
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After having a 26U and a 30Bunk, both with mascerator toilets, now having an AS without one is a huge improvement. The MT consumes more than twice the amount of water per flush and I had to dismantle it twice on the road because my children “forgot” not to flush wipes. Beware! I’ll never deal with that again!
Gravity is pretty reliable.
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Gravity is pretty reliable.
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