I have a 2007 Springdale TT with a Sealand toilet model 110 which is noisy with a "banging" sound when the foot level is brought up to close the toilet dome after flushing. This only happens when the unit is hooked to shore water which increases the pressure. If the foot lever is released very very slowly there is no "banging" noise but then the dome does not always close tightly. I have removed the toilet and cleaned all surfaces and sprayed with silicon spray which helps for a while but not long term. The noise is not terrible but annoying. Are there any RV toilets with a better flushing mechanism? Thanks for any advice.
Now that you have been scolded......'Teacher, Teacher'
RV toilets are ornery cusses.
There are ones with a front foot pedal that uses a cable to open water valve and spring to close.......problems with cable and/or spring
There are those with side foot pedal.......use a heavy spring to close
There are those that with hand lever....down low so you are close to bowl when you reach it.
Then you have those that are 'electric' operated....more 12V load and sometimes they have 'problems'.
So are they better RV toilets......nope. They ALL have their quirks & issues.
You get a 'bang' when on shore water but not when on your on-board pump?
Just how much pressure is your regulator set for?
On-board pump (standard) are typically 45#.
If it holds water in bowl and flushes might just have to live with that annoying sound.
Watch out now.........'Teacher, Teacher'.....has probably been called again.
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