Originally Posted by rjash6666
Thanks; I am fed up with replacing valves and seals
on my Jabsco
, Also getting rip off prices for replacement kits and parts
Those $100 heads are pretty much throwaway. When they go bad just throw them away and put in a new one. New price
is not much more than a rebuild
kit. Of course, for real economy and no maintenance
the best is a five gallon bucket with a toilet seat fitted over it. I used that for years. Never had a problem I couldn't fix for five bucks or less.
The Lavac is also well loved by it's owners. It's simple, maybe one step above a bucket. Only spares needed are rubber seals. And parts
for your diaphragm
Still can't imagine owning one of those composting toilets. Although it appears to be simple it's actually a pain because you have to pee in a cup and provide peat moss for the composter, among other things. Try buying
peat moss in some remote
I used a Vacuflush on a boat I was delivering and really liked it. But it's complex. Complex doesn't belong on my cruising boat. Having said that, my first choice, Raritan PHII, does have a lot of "parts". But it's been so reliable I prefer it and recommend it.