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New marine toilet advice

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New marine toilet advice

Postby Hudsteve » June 13th, 2022, 7:46 pm

Looking to put in a new toilet

we don't use it much as there are restroom on 30 yards from our slip

Any advice...heres what we have been looking at...both electric with a macerator

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Re: New marine toilet advice

Postby Hudsteve » June 13th, 2022, 7:48 pm

TMC Marine Electric Toilet Large Bowl with Macerator Pump and Flush Control for Boats, Five Oceans FO1560

Jabsco 37010 Series Electric Marine Toilet, Push Button Operation, Macerator
$597.99
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Re: New marine toilet advice

Postby bud37 » June 13th, 2022, 8:16 pm

Have you considered a Marine Elegance if they are still available......nice, quiet programmable freshwater flush...
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Re: New marine toilet advice

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Re: New marine toilet advice

Postby Grafunkus » June 14th, 2022, 7:30 am

This post is perfect timing. We are also in search of a new head. We snapped a part on ours as we were tightening a part. Turns out our model is discontinued so the replacement parts can be made but with a 8 - 12 week wait time at a cost of $600.
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Re: New marine toilet advice

Postby km1125 » June 14th, 2022, 8:43 am

bud37 wrote:Source of the post Have you considered a Marine Elegance if they are still available......nice, quiet programmable freshwater flush...

A former boat neighbor put two of those on his Silverton and was VERY impressed with them. A little bit more pricey but they look great and have nice features.
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Re: New marine toilet advice

Postby g36 » June 14th, 2022, 1:38 pm

I also can recommend marine elegance head I installed one in my trojan f32 before my carver purchase.
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Re: New marine toilet advice

Postby Hudsteve » June 15th, 2022, 5:45 pm

We went with the elegance...be here tomorrow

will let everyone know how the install goes

Thanks again

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Re: New marine toilet advice

Postby Hudsteve » June 19th, 2022, 4:05 pm

FYI

Installed new Raritan elegance head this weekend.

After everything is said and done...1st impression, it is the best head that I have seen on a boat
(my limited experience) closest to being at home that is.

Have not had it long enough to see if anything clogs it up, and hope not to, lol

As everything goes on a boat it takes a lot of time, not because it is hard but everything is always hard reach, difficult to get to etc...hooked up from sea water to fresh water, new wiring, and plumbing and all went well.

If anyone needs any more thoughts from my experience just say so

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Re: New marine toilet advice

Postby Viper » June 19th, 2022, 5:45 pm

That's awesome Steve, thanks for the update :down:

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