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Filtered by:. Previous template Next. I tried to replace my original Sealand with a Dometic Both toilets are two bolt installation. The Outlet and seal of the Dometic is for a 3" floor flange. My MS has a 4" flange. It leaked of course so I took the Dometic back for a refund. Anyone know what the deal is. The Sealand has been a leaker from day one.

I hate it. Tags: None. What was leaking on the Sealand? I've had mine apart many times to either clean or replace parts. Comment Post Cancel.

If you plan on replacing your Sealand, you will be in for a surprise. My Sealand Bowl will not hold water unless you let the foot pedal slam closed. Of course, this eventually will break the water valve. After several rebuilds I threw the SeaLand in the dumpster, where it should have been before it was ever installed. Thetford has a much nicer toilet unit made of porcelain, has a big foot design so it don't rock all over the place and lasts so much longer.

Happy RVing. Hey JJ, how about a little info. What model toilet? Did it replace the Sealand directly or was some kind of funky adaptor needed? Two bolt install? I am some what confused. A "toilet flange" is a toilet flange. It can have a 3 or 4 inch pipe attached to it depending on how your house is plumbed, but the plumbing flange is the same size and configuration. DRV uses 3" pipe max. Different brands of RV toilets may mount differently. I do not know.

My Thetford mounts to a standard "toilet flange" plumbing fitting. I have heard that some models of RV toilets need an adaptor of sorts.Your browser's Javascript functionality is turned off. Please turn it on so that you can experience the full capabilities of this site.

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traveler lite toilet model 110

Back to Covers. RV Covers. Back to Electronics. Automotive Accessories. Back to Generators.Remember Me? Results 1 to 9 of 9. Thread: Dometic SeaLand toilet bowl doesn't hold water. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Dometic SeaLand toilet bowl doesn't hold water Help, My SeaLand toilet model doesn't hold water in the bowl after flushing.

I've had it apart 3 times checking seals and the flush ball. Everything looks great; there's no debris of anykind and the seal and ball look fantastic. I'm going to call my dealer as soon as they open up this morning but I was wondering if anyone has had the same problem and come up with a fix. John, Sue and Lorna, our Golden Retriever. Retired and Loving It.

Done RV'in, for a while anyway. Seen a lot of beautiful places and met a bunch of wonderful people. Now just Home and Relaxin'. Sometimes Fishin', Sometimes doin' nuthin'. John, If your toilet seal looks good and you have removed the toilet bowl from the toilet base The inner seal can be rotated within the outer seal allowing the flush ball to reseal against a ball seal in a different wear pattern.

I rotated the inner seal slightly to create a new wear surface for the flush ball to glide over and close. Use Pledge furniture polish to lube the seal has wax in it. Make sure to removed all debris from both seals before reinstalling and spray Pledge onto both sides of seals. Reinstall the toilet bowl and tighten the clamp, the flush ball seal should have the same reveal around the flush ball opening as looking down the hole.

If not, loosen the clamp and adjust the toilet bowl into position.The original cheap plastic seat and lid is prone to cracking and breaking. The bolt holes line up fine and the seat fits nicely. Here is one from Amazon that is sturdy, fits well and has an easy lift off feature for cleaning.

From the Heartland Owners Forum: "If your toilet seal looks good and you have removed the toilet bowl from the toilet base The inner seal can be rotated within the outer seal allowing the flush ball to reseal against a ball seal in a different wear pattern.

I rotated the inner seal slightly to create a new wear surface for the flush ball to glide over and close. Use Pledge furniture polish to lube the seal has wax in it. Make sure to removed all debris from both seals before reinstalling and spray Pledge onto both sides of seals. Reinstall the toilet bowl and tighten the clamp, the flush ball seal should have the same reveal around the flush ball opening as looking down the hole.

If not, loosen the clamp and adjust the toilet bowl into position. If this works, no need to buy parts. The flush ball seal can be rotated several times until it seals no more Tool required No need to disconnect the water lines, just turn off water supply to RV and dump any water in toilet bowl prior removing clamp. If you do need a new seal, kit, here's one from Amazon. Be sure to get the right one for your model toilet. The spring assembly is a cartridge and is replaced as a unit.

Do not take the cartridge apart. Don't ask me how I know!

traveler lite toilet model 110

A leaking valve will either leak out onto the floor or drible into the bowl and slowly fill it up. It is easily changed by almost anyone. Plumbers silicone is used to help lubricate the ball vave and help the seals do their job. Plumbers silicone is available at most hardware stores, Walmart, Lowes etc.

Leaky Seal From the Heartland Owners Forum: "If your toilet seal looks good and you have removed the toilet bowl from the toilet base Spring replacement The spring assembly is a cartridge and is replaced as a unit. Plumbers silicone Plumbers silicone is used to help lubricate the ball vave and help the seals do their job.

Dometic 510 Sealand Traveler Toilet - White - 302851001

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How to Repair a Leaking RV Toilet Water Valve - Fix or Replace?

Quick Links. Download this manual. Table of Contents. Masterflush series toilets with orbit base 12 pages. Modification of this product can result in property damage. To replace an older toilet, turn off water supply to toilet.

A Disconnect water line at toilet water valve. Unscrew floor bolt nuts and remove toilet. Discard old floor seal and mounting bolts. The old floor flange may be used if it is in good condition and fastener holes are positioned as shown in Figure A. If you can- not find it in your area, contact Dometic for your nearest dealer. If the cleaner is not available, you can also use Page 5: Deodorants And Special Tissue Granulated powder formulations have the advantage of requiring less storage space and are less likely to leak if the package is inadvertently damaged.

Dometic manufactures both types of deodorants. Generally speaking, formaldehyde formulas control odor very effectively at all temperatures and with all degrees of water hardness.

Flush ball will not close c. Defective spring cartridge. Check spring tension by completely. If lever does not snap back to original position, replace spring cartridge.

Page 8: Warranty 2 years from the date of purchase.

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This manual is also suitable for: Sealand Comments to this Manuals Your Name:. Enter text from picture:. Latest comments:. Print page 1 Print document 8 pages. Cancel Delete. Sign in OR.When choosing an RV toilet, size, and easy-to-clean, should top your priorities list. Most RV toilets are made of plastic, they scratch easily and are much too small to use comfortably. SeaLand makes, what I think is, one of the best choices for any RV or boat.

They're the same size as a home toilet. They are made of china, just like the ones at home. These toilets are not uncomplicated however. Here you will find an explanation of how they work and how to repair them when they stop working.

Warning, this is a messy job. It's quite easy to operate this toilet. Lift the pedal with the instep of your foot to raise the bowl water to desired level. When finished, you step on the pedal, and let it go quickly. That's all there is to it. The toilet will flush and leave a small amount of water in the bowl to completely seal the holding tank. The SeaLand has five basic operating mechanisms.

The pedal, water valve, spring cartridge, flush ball, and vacuum breaker. The pedal is used to operate, fill, and flush the toilet. The water valve sends water under pressure to the vacuum breaker. The vacuum breaker is designed to allow water to pass to the toilet rim wash holes. When the water pressure is off, the vacuum breaker does not allow toilet water to be sucked back into the main supply lines. The spring cartridge returns the pedal to the neutral position from either the up fill or down flush position.

Do not open the cartridge, the spring will pop out and you will not be able assemble it again. The toilet flush ball is actually one-half a ball. It's made of plastic and seals the toilet from the holding tank. It has a locking screw on the underside that locks it to the brass ball shaft. The ball has a Teflon seal over it and a rubber bowl seal over that. After the toilet has been in use a few years, or problems occur, it becomes time to overhaul it. Be prepared for a messy job.

Start by removing the cosmetic pedestal cover. It has only one screw on the pedal side. Also remove the plastic pedal cover.

Shut off the water and remove the feed line. Also remove the hose that goes to the vacuum breaker. Be ready with a large bath towel to catch the water that will drain from the pipe. Next remove the band large hose clamp and half-clamp that holds the china bowl to the pedestal.

The band worm screw is behind the toilet. Remember the position of the band screw, and of the half-clamp for re-assembly. Remove the two screws that hold the water valve assembly. Remove the flush pedal.