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Old 08-24-2015, 09:59 PM   #1
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There's no flush pedal...

On my commode at home!!! I just went to flush and my foot automatically went for the pedal!!! We just got back yesterday from a great weekend at the beach. I guess this means we are loving the camping life for our first year!!!
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Old 08-25-2015, 02:31 AM   #2
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Did you notice how big your home just got after being away in the trailer?
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Old 08-25-2015, 07:26 AM   #3
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....and when you wake up in the night and think you are in the trailer!
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Been there, done that! It actually surprised me the first time I did it. I reached up with my foot and hit nothin' but air and stood there looking down at the toilet like "what the heck is wrong with this thing" for WAY too long before I realized what happened. I actually laughed out loud at myself, flushed and went about my business.

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I say you install an RV toilet in the house then there won't be a problem!
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LOL, got home from a week and a half trip, the DW did the same thing !
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Several years ago when I retired we moved into our cottage it is only about a 980 sq ft . We thought that was small now we spend four months a year in the fiver and when we get home it seems large . Haven't looked for the pedal yet but did think about adding the blue stuff
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I am glad We don't have that problem, we travel in a 33RLDS and we live in a 40 FER Bungalow.
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