So my neighbors with the same bunkhouse model as us...had a bit of a toilet issue with that macerator toilet and they had to find a plunger from someone else and plunge and then all worked fine...i have not had any problems with this macerator toilet so far...except for early on with AS left the low point drain for the water going to the toilet open when they winterized (that was a real mystery to figure out where it was at)...
But anyway, I was wondering if any of you keep a small plunger with you, and if so, what plunger? Want it big/strong enough to do the job, but still as compact as possible...my neighbors advised we keep on handy to avoid what happened to them.
We discussed that the manual says to hold down the flush for solid 5 seconds...I have noticed from time to time that 5 aint quite enough...a bit of backwash comes back still and then another flushing is needed...in talking with iggywalker, we came to a more realistic consensus (for us) that 7-10 seconds is more realistic for #2 flush.
Also, wondering if anyone so far has had issues with the toilet...someone on this or another thread explained why they went to this design as opposed to keeping the more basic non-electric variety...but I wonder if one day it will be a failure and huge annoyance for us....time will tell I guess.
On the flip side, it does make dumping simple with the sewer solution...I just gravity drain the black tank often when at full hookups and do other things while it is draining...never clogged up yet even with a short 2 day use.
Also, I have a ring stain in the toilet...what is the best product for this cleaning? Thanks.
Sorry IggyWalker for airing out your s%$t