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Old 08-23-2016, 07:09 PM   #8641
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Those round adjustable vents are called diffusers.
OK, I'll keep it going. Louvered vents. Directional diffusers. Aim 'em where you want it air flow thing-a-ma-jigs.
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Old 08-23-2016, 07:47 PM   #8642
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Today I removed the Dometic 300 toilet and replaced it with a Dometic 310 Low Profile. Replacement was straight forward only snag was the water fitting which had to be cut down and reattached. this toilet has a nice swirl action when it flushes.



Yes.....gotta love the swirl. 😆
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Old 08-23-2016, 07:55 PM   #8643
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Yes.....gotta love the swirl. 😆
I want to go for a 320 low profile if I can find it with a reasonable price.

The kiddo's explained to me once that the gold fish died and they took care of it. They said they gave him a "Swirlie". Took a few before I realized what they meant.
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:00 PM   #8644
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I didn't see the advantage of the 320 over the 310 series for the price difference. I can still add a sprayer at any time without changing out the toilet valve.
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:06 PM   #8645
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I didn't see the advantage of the 320 over the 310 series for the price difference. I can still add a sprayer at any time without changing out the toilet valve.
I am larger than the average bear. I understand the 320 has an elongated bowl. I have a 300 now, and I hate having to fit myself in so to speak.

The 100lb wife does not get this...
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:12 PM   #8646
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Installed another shut off valve so I can run my two grey tanks together for more usable capacity.



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Old 08-23-2016, 08:22 PM   #8647
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I am larger than the average bear. I understand the 320 has an elongated bowl. I have a 300 now, and I hate having to fit myself in so to speak.

The 100lb wife does not get this...
I hear ya! Sometimes they just don't understand.
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I am larger than the average bear. I understand the 320 has an elongated bowl. I have a 300 now, and I hate having to fit myself in so to speak.

The 100lb wife does not get this...
You are 100% correct the 310 is a round old fashion bowl and not to everyones liking with that said it is just like what is in my house. Go with the 320 series they are both a serious upgrade from the plastic.
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Cleaned the filter on the a/c and looked at the ducting to see what all the hubbub was about. Putzed around inside putting some stuff away from last weekend.
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You are 100% correct the 310 is a round old fashion bowl and not to everyones liking with that said it is just like what is in my house. Go with the 320 series they are both a serious upgrade from the plastic.
Yours is the "Ceramic" or what ever it is made out of. I do wonder about the higher height versions putting too much stress on the two bolts and the floor during travel.

Both 310 and 320 of either height, bring more weight to the game and this is something that holds me back...

What are your observations/thoughts?
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