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Old 09-02-2015, 01:58 PM   #1
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Well its almost here! Our first trip with my "new" Saturn is this weekend! Can't wait. I think I packed everything I owned, I guess I was afraid I would forget something. I figure the campground will be so packed that we won't be able to move being labor day weekend and all. Forgot to try the toilet out so guess we will have to wait and see if it works.Wish me luck
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Have a great trip!! Take lots of pictures. The toilet will be fine. You just need to know 1 peddle that fills the bowl with water and 1 to flush.


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Have a great trip!! Take lots of pictures. The toilet will be fine. You just need to know 1 peddle that fills the bowl with water and 1 to flush.


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That is the case if it is a newer replacement toilet. If it is original (looking at the year of your trailer) then it is one hand lever (right one) opens the trap and the other (left one) opens the water valve. Both at the same time flush with water as both the trap door is open and the water valve.

This gives some options and can help conserve water, using as little or as much as needed for each individual task, unlike a home flush toilet that flushes a preset amount each and every time.
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That is the case if it is a newer replacement toilet. If it is original (looking at the year of your trailer) then it is one hand lever (right one) opens the trap and the other (left one) opens the water valve. Both at the same time flush with water as both the trap door is open and the water valve.

This gives some options and can help conserve water, using as little or as much as needed for each individual task, unlike a home flush toilet that flushes a preset amount each and every time.
Thanks I guess I will find out tomorrow!
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Yes I had forgotten about the two peddle thing. Thanks
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jrcamp. This is your toilet. It appears to be a hand flush model.

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