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Old 01-31-2012, 06:30 PM   #1
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Sealand 210 Using a lot of water

We have a 2008 378ts. It seems like this Sealand 210 toilet uses an awful lot of water, and most of the times it won't even flush toilet paper off the sides. Our old mh had a thetford bravura which I put in myself to replace the original that was in it. It seemed to flush great, never had any problems with it. And the main thing, our grey tank had to be dumped before the black. With this sealand, the black has to be dumped a lot sooner than the grey. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 02-01-2012, 12:13 PM   #2
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Are you adding water to the bowl prior to use so paper and everything else flows down the drain when flushed???

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Old 02-01-2012, 05:18 PM   #3
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Never tried adding more water before. The bowl filling and flush seems like an awful lot more than the bravura we had. Just not sure if we should replace with a bravura.
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Never tried adding more water before. The bowl filling and flush seems like an awful lot more than the bravura we had. Just not sure if we should replace with a bravura.
We put water in the bowl after each use. Light pressure on the dump valve is all it takes to add the water. Actually, we think this is the best operating toilet we've ever had. The fact that you don't need a spray nozzle to help flush it is great. And, certainly using plenty of water is not a bad thing. That's what keeps the tank from plugging up. I wouldn't waste money on changing out the toilet.
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