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Old 01-23-2021, 12:16 PM   #1
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Removing Dometic 301 Toilet Seat?!

I've been on the Dometic website for an hour. Read the model 301 instructions. Searched Air Forums. Tried a dozen different size and type bits. Does anyone know what tool I need to remove the toilet seat from the body of the Dometic 301 toilet? This is a 2020 toilet. Thanks for any direction!
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Old 01-26-2021, 11:57 AM   #2
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I tried searching as well to try to help... nothing... wow...

Do you need tools at all? Those are not push pins that you just press in to release the lid?



It does not show any bolts or anything to remove... reason for asking if you have tried pushing in...

Sorry, I replaced mine with a different model... never had the need to replace it. But do share how it is done!
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Old 01-26-2021, 12:37 PM   #3
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I replaced the toilet seats in both my 2018 Globetrotter and 2021 Flying Cloud with the wooden Dometic seat. The bolts are nylon/plastic and can be unscrewed with either a larger flat head or phillips screwdriver. It’s an easy swap and took less than 10 minutes for a slightly mechanically-ungifted person such as myself.
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I replaced the toilet seats in both my 2018 Globetrotter and 2021 Flying Cloud with the wooden Dometic seat. The bolts are nylon/plastic and can be unscrewed with either a larger flat head or phillips screwdriver. Itís an easy swap and took less than 10 minutes for a slightly mechanically-ungifted person such as myself.
What model of toilet? Because the one I have now, yes, easy to see the bolts and undo them...

That does not seem to be the case on the 301 toilet...
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Old 01-26-2021, 09:27 PM   #5
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My eagerness to answer a question I thought I knew and my tendency to transpose numbers got the best of me. I was thinking of the Dometic 310 instead of the 301. I’ll pay more attention next time. Sorry I couldn’t be more helpful.
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Thanks guys -- yeah, I wish it were as easy as a screwdriver! I'll try the "push in" method when I go to my RV storage this weekend.
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If you have the 310 model - look to the rear of the seat hinge on the plastic housing that resembles a tombstone to find two small, dime sized disks on the horizontal surface close to the hinge. Using a small blade tip, lift the plastic button which should release quite easily to reveal the screw head holding the seat mechanism to the ceramic base.

Watch this video to see the screws after the cover button is removed at minute 2:10
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