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Old 10-11-2016, 01:36 PM   #11
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I would try and improve your diet whilst traveling...
Years ago, my friend's boat had a placard near the toilet "the head" that specified, "nothing goes into the head that hasn't been eaten first."
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Old 10-11-2016, 01:44 PM   #12
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Years ago, my friend's boat had a placard near the toilet "the head" that specified, "nothing goes into the head that hasn't been eaten first."
I'm going to use that. Funny.
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Old 10-11-2016, 01:57 PM   #13
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Cap/Cover to a hole on the foot pedal

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I'm pretty sure that came off the outside of the toilet. I'm 99% sure I found the same part on the bathroom floor. It's the cap to the flush pedal.
x2. That part is the outside cap/cover to the foot pedal in a Dometic Gravity Flush Toilet. I've had mine fall off a few times onto the bathroom floor and simply pick it up and push back into the opening on the outside of the foot pedal. Not sure how yours made it all the way into the Black Tank Only thing I can think of is someone may have been replacing the toilet and accidentally kicked that cover it into the "neck" of the black tank during a toilet replacement???
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No difference than using paper to wipe and your finger goes thru.

That's what soap and hot/warm water is for
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I'm going to use that. Funny.
Feel free, I stoled it already.

Considering the configuration of the bathroom, maybe I'll have get a shower curtain printed up with that command?
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You should be able to find that quote sign at most any marine supply.
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