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Old 22-02-2019, 05:37   #1
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Adding a 2nd Vac Head

Guys Galls, Can I add a 2nd head to an existing vac head unit ? like adding a Y in the line and set a new unit in place?
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Old 22-02-2019, 15:27   #2
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Re: Adding a 2nd Vac Head

There's a bit more to it that just y-ing another toilet into the system, but it can be done, in fact used to be pretty common until Dometic/SeaLand decided it would be more profitable to require each toilet to be a separate system and no longer support it. So it might be simpler and less expensive just to install a completely separate "free standing" electric macerating toilet. It would have several advantages...all the "works" are contained in the toilet base, no parts remotely located in inaccessible locations...a problem with one can't also take down the other one. There are several choices, all available in versions that also use onboard pressurized fresh water...the Raritan Marine Elegance Raritan Marine_Elegance Promo.pdf is the top rated one...Raritan's SeaEra Raritan SeaEra Promo Sheet is also highly rated. Tecma is another fine choice TecmaFlexi Line 2G | Thetford Marine and Dometic/SeaLand's MasterFlush Dometic MasterFlush toilets
Check 'em all out and and if the idea of adding one of 'em appeals to you, I'll be glad to answer your questions.

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