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Old 05-30-2014, 12:12 AM   #41
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I like the residence best, it is like a regular home toilet and has better water flow for flushing. I miss typed on model name. It was actually a Thetford Magic V with foot flush, which is a good toilet but the Residence is the best one. I just like it better.

The Residence also will take a regular house style toilet seat, even a padded one. This might be a future upgrade. It still has the original one on it.
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I don't know what model is in our 33RLDS but it is porcelain and not plastic.
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Old 05-30-2014, 07:05 AM   #43
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I think people that don't poop in their own camper are mental. I have never seen a camp ground toilet, at any campground, that I would want to poop in. Hahahaha. I don't even like using the toilet at work if I don't have too...Its just my opinion so don't go mental on me. Lol
Heck, that's one of the reasons I bought a camper.... to have the toilet right there!
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Toilets are a pet peeve of mine. We replaced our new motor homes toilet right away after purchasing the motorhome. We had a Thetford Mark V, and went with a Thetford Residence. I also put it on a 2 1/2" riser so it is easier to get up from, and more comfortable. Also it has the hand held spray nozzle, which is a must have.
Spray nozzle....I can't help but think "bidet".
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I am ROFL at this thread ....
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Hmm, I will have to rethink this. I thought the deed meant something else, also the word Product does not seem to to it justice. LOL

Let me know what type of seat you find that will fit the Thetford. I had no luck.
I'm with you on the deed thing. I thought it meant something else as well. We were talking deed and toilets and I thought I was missing something
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Who knew this thread would create so many replies ;-). It made me wonder...I know there is special RV toilet tissue that is safe for the holding tank but how about the pre-moistened wipes (sort of like baby wipes) Cottonelle for example. Are these appropriate for the holding tank. They say they are sewer and septic safe but what about RV's???
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Use any paper that says Septic Safe. We never put those wipes in the tank. They don't break down Nd can make big problems at dump time.
We have always used the same paper we choose at home. It can be traumatic changing brands when camping.
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I'm with you on the deed thing. I thought it meant something else as well. We were talking deed and toilets and I thought I was missing something
I doubt there are too many of us guys that would turn down the opportunity to do the other deed when the opportunity presents itself....in the camper or out of it.
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I would not turn down either one !
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