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My next door neighbor in the rv park saw the sprayer we have for our toilet & wants to add one to his toilet. Has anyone done this & is there an universal kit?





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Toilet sprayer? Not sure what that might be, but I recently bought a $50 bidet kit (cold water only) that looks for all the world like a kitchen sink sprayer, but is designed to go in the middle of the fresh water line to the toilet. I am not sure what kind of spray pattern to expect, as I haven't installed it yet, but I do wonder if you couldn't just put a "T" in the line and hook up a kitchen sink sprayer.

All THOSE parts would be at Lowe's.





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Depending on the toilet model -the port for the hand spray option might be there. Normally, these sprayers only have pressure to them when the flush valve is operated.

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Well if you ain't French and would just like a toilet sprayer, try here at Camping World - Hand Spray Kit

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Go to the toilet mfg web site and look around. I added the kit after the fact. Takes about 15 minutes to do.


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mapguy wrote:

Depending on the toilet model -the port for the hand spray option might be there. Normally, these sprayers only have pressure to them when the flush valve is operated.

Dometic 310 Parts list


There's a good reason for that......sprayer shut off isn't designed for full pressure and can leak. They are connected downstream of water inlet valve and vacuum breaker.

The water inlet module may have a port (stub) that needs end cut off then hose for sprayer attaches on stub with clamp.

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My new TT doesn't have it either but my old TT does. am thinking of putting one in. you will need the hose, sprayer and 3/8 "T" with 1/2 inch threads on the discharge side of the "T". and a wall holder, clamps would be a good idea too. You can get most of this at Home Depot or Lowes, not sure if they have the "T" or not, was planning on getting that from the RV dealer. I know they have them.

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I looked into the factory add-on from Dometic and it was $50. All I did was go to Home Depot and bought a kitchen spray unit with hose. You'll prob find a small plastic nipple in the back, just cut off the end and slide the new hose over it and put on a small hose clamp. A broom snap spring thingee on the wall will hold the spray head, just like factory.


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You ARE talking about a 5th Wheel toilet sprayer, RIGHT?


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Old-Biscuit wrote:

mapguy wrote:

Depending on the toilet model -the port for the hand spray option might be there. Normally, these sprayers only have pressure to them when the flush valve is operated.

Dometic 310 Parts list


There's a good reason for that......sprayer shut off isn't designed for full pressure and can leak. They are connected downstream of water inlet valve and vacuum breaker.

The water inlet module may have a port (stub) that needs end cut off then hose for sprayer attaches on stub with clamp.


You are correct. A good reason, IMO, too.

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