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Posted: 03/21/20 10:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Aria II toilet had it replaced everything time to junk , any idea as what to replace it with ? Need same bolt pattern if possible.

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Dometic 310/311 or 320/321 . Keeps it simple, functional, excellent quality, ease of use, comfortable, and reliable.


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bsport wrote:

Aria II toilet had it replaced everything time to junk , any idea as what to replace it with ? Need same bolt pattern if possible.


The good news is there are basically 2 bolt patterns.

Imagine a clock face over the hole in the floor with the 12:00 position pointed straight forwared as you sit:

One pattern is 3:00 and 9:00 (that's the 2 bolt pattern)

One is 3:00 9:00 6:00 and 12:00

The flange (The part in the floor) generally accepts either pattern.


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Thanks for help going to change as soon as I get home.

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Ed_Gee wrote:

Dometic 310/311 or 320/321 . Keeps it simple, functional, excellent quality, ease of use, comfortable, and reliable.


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My wifey and I both have bad knees so I've been thinking about a hi profile toilet. I added a sprayer to my current toilet and a LOT of water goes down the drain when flushing AND using the sprayer... fresh water tank goes down and black water tank fills up fast! Does the Dometic with the mfgr. installed sprayer shut off the flush water when the sprayer is used? If not Dometic, does any other brand do that? Thanks,Craig

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