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THETFORD Bathroom Anywhere 2-piece 1.28 GPF Elongated Toilet with Seat and 0.80 HP Macerating Pump in White
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THETFORD

Bathroom Anywhere 2-piece 1.28 GPF Elongated Toilet with Seat and 0.80 HP Macerating Pump in White

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The Bathroom Anywhere is the best choice in wastewater transfer products and macerating toilet systems. Whether you're looking for a basement toilet flush up, something for a loft or even the garage, our macerating system is the ideal solution. The Bathroom Anywhere Complete System includes macerating pump, toilet bowl with lid, and toilet tank. Bathroom Anywhere by THETFORD is now 1.28 Gal.

  • Elongated bowl
  • White finish
  • A unique split design allowing fast and easy access to macerating pump if necessary
  • Superior flush performance
  • Macerating pump: 11 3/8 in. H, 18 5/8 in. W, 7 1/4 in. D
  • Toilet: 28.75 D, 16.5 in. W
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Does Home Depot offer installation on this toilet

Asked by: Marie
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Yes we would offer install on the toilets. To check if offered in your area. Please copy and paste this link (http://www.homedepot.com/services/toilet-plumbing-installation/) to your computer search line. You would just have to select the tab find a store on the page when you open the link. Than you place your zip code on the next page it will than list the stores in your area You can also stop in your local Home depot to see a pro agent at the pro desk in the front of the store. They will be able to assist you with the install of the toilet. We hope this information helps with your project. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: HomeDepot
Date published: 2016-09-15

the discharge pipe dia. is 1.25 can I hook it up to a 1.5 dia. pipe line?

the discharge pipe dia. is 1.25 can I hook it up to a 1.5 dia. pipe line?
Asked by: dmf54
You can certainly give Thetford a call at 1.800.543.1219 to ask the opinion of one of there engineers. However I would not be inclined to discharge into a larger pipe. In fact I called Thetford and they confirmed this. The reason is that if would increase the weight of the water column being supported by the check valve. The increased diameter would also reduce the velocity of the waste moving through that line
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2017-03-13

If the toilet gets plugged and not flush completely can you use a plunger on it without doing any damage?

Asked by: awm
Assuming this unit or any other macerator for that matter, has been installed correctly using a force cup to push something stuck in the trap way should not be a problem. When say installed correctly I am particularly referring to the venting. If the unit or any toilet is properly vented, the pressure created by the force cup will be relieved into the vent pipe and will not pressurize the pump. If the unit was not vented you could certainly force the macerator off the back of the toilet. People often don;t realize that vent piping is just as import as the drain lines in a plumbing system. Intuitively they know of drain pipes but they often don;t realize that for every drain pipe there is a corresponding vent pipe that goes back to the stack above. So every fixture is essentially a loop off of the stack
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-12-31

When installing a shower with this system do you need to have a P trap for the shower.

When installing a shower with this system do you need to have a P trap for the shower.
Asked by: Tsam
All fixtures, in all plumbing systems must be trapped and vented. Using this or any other sewage ejection system does not change that.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-11-21
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