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Old 08-14-2015, 06:33 AM   #1
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Anyone ever done this upgrade? See photo. What is involved?
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Can't tell what it is ?
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Old 08-14-2015, 07:57 AM   #3
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Looks like the outside fresh water and black tank rinse, just reversed of what ours is.
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Haven't done the upgrade as it wasn't available when I took mine out and refinished.

You have to remove all the water/flushing fittings, pull out the pex just far enough to remove them from their respective lines. Remove all the screws holding the box panels in. Then work a Chinese puzzle to get the panels out of the compartment. Not hard, just be patient in the angling and tilting of the panels. Since the new one is one piece, it could be a more difficult puzzle to get it in place and run the plumbing through the holes.

Edit: I now see the interior panel is screwed in place, so reassembly will be just like removal, in reverse.
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Is the "up-grade" because it's stainless?

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Yes, mine is rusting again! Next time, it gets stainless.
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