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Bathroom Anywhere 2-piece 1.28 GPF Single Flush Elongated Toilet with Seat Macerating Pump in Bisque

  • Pumps up to 18 ft. vertically and 150 ft. horizantal
  • Adds convience and value to your home
  • Add a bathrrom in your basement, en suite bathroom, loft, etc
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Product Overview

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.

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bowl Height without Seat (in.)
17
Flush Valve Size (in.)
3
Product Depth (in.)
28
Product Height (in.)
30.75
Product Width (in.)
16.5

Details

Bowl Height
Chair Height
Bowl/Seat Shape
Elongated
Color Family
Beige
Color/Finish
Bisque
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Features
No Additional Features
Flushing Technology
Power Assisted
Flushing Type
Single Flush
Gallons Per Flush
1.28
Handle Location
Left
Included
Complete Kit,Seat
MaP Performance Rating
Not Rated
Material
Porcelain
Mount Location
Floor Mount
Product Weight (lb.)
125
Returnable
90-Day
Rough In Size
Wall-Mounted
Seat Front Type
Closed
Toilet Type
Two-Piece
Trapway Diameter (in.)
3
Trip Lever Location
Left Side
Trip Lever Location
left

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified,NSF Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

27Questions12Answers

Can shower, sink and toilet be connected to one pump or does each need it's own?

Asked by Robin July 26, 2019
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Answer

In many installations they can. Please view the installation guide found under the header "Info and guides" on the Home Depot product listing page.

Where does the waste go? Do you need to put in a septic tank?

Asked by Terri June 7, 2019
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Answer

As this is a toilet with a macerating pump, the answer would be where ever the end of the pumps discharge pipe is piped to. Typically that is into the plumbing stack of the home. And typically that is piped to either city sewage or a septic tank.

can i place the tank with the pump in my crawlspace below the toilet less than 36 in. with 2 stre...

Asked by hobby May 23, 2019
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Answer

No the manufacturer recommends that the pump is installed directly behind the toilet.

Is the pump automatically activated when water from a shower or sink enters the pump chamber?

Asked by Kelsey November 7, 2018
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Answer

No, the pump is not automatically activated when water from a shower or sink enters the pump chamber.

Does it require a vent

Asked by Alan November 3, 2018
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Answers

What is the distance from the wall to the front edge of the round boll?

If you need a water supply and sewage system for this, what is the advantage of spending $1200 o...

Asked by Maria October 20, 2018
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Answer

To put in a toilet, shower and sink where one is not currently or where you can't or don't want to bust up a floor. For example, If you have a basement that doesn't currently plumbing/drain system installed in the concrete for a bathroom, you don't have to break up the floor to install a drain system. This will allow you to pump the waste up to a location that has access to the drain/waste/vent (DWV) system.

Is this installation requires a electric system ?

Asked by Alex October 10, 2018
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Answer

Yes, this system does require an electrical connection to power the pump.

This system require electric connection?

Asked by Alex October 10, 2018
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Answer

Alex: Thank you for your inquiry with HomeDepot.com.. The Macerating Pump does require an electrical connection. We hope this information is helpful, we appreciate your business.

Can buy the pumper and toilet separately?

Asked by James February 4, 2018
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Answer

You can but you would need to do that through a store as a special order.

Does this require water hook up?

Asked by Zack November 24, 2017
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Answers

I am not exactly sure what you mean by water hook up. The toilet will need a water supply just as a conventional toilet will and the pump will need a conventional sewage system to pump into. This is not a composting or water less toilet

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.4
    out of 8 reviews
  • 33% recommend this product
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by HomeDepotCustomer
So far good very quiet but to much money ...
So far good very quiet but to much money
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Good Product The quality is good and the system is great! All the seals, bushings, and gaskets ar...
Good Product The quality is good and the system is great! All the seals, bushings, and gaskets are of good rubber quality. I would recommend this product to anyone who needs a toilet below grade or on concrete slabs. It works like it should and it saved me a lot of money getting this rather than a $3000 for the digging up the concrete and installing a pump in the foundation by a professional plumber.
by RV
3 people found this helpful
Toilet leaked. Waiting on anew one. ...
Toilet leaked. Waiting on anew one.
by HomeDepotCustomer
2 people found this helpful
We set it up it a basement bathroom, and have...
We set it up it a basement bathroom, and have had no problems.
by Amy
2 people found this helpful
Looked like a simple install since there's no soil pipe/wax ring connection. After set up, leaked...
Looked like a simple install since there's no soil pipe/wax ring connection. After set up, leaked between tank and bowl. I reset the tank on the gasket but it leaked worse. Wobbles all around if the tank isn't tightened down enough. If it is, then the rear-most portion of the gasket gets forced down into the bowl. The interface between the tank and the bowl is not flat as would be expected. The rear slopes steeply down causing repeated seating problems. Flat in the front, sloping down in the rear. Of course the flange will be difficult to seat. Poor design.
by DIYdoc
4 people found this helpful
Terrific bathroom solution
Have used this product for 4 years in guest cottage where it has performed perfectly. We are now installing another one in our detached garage. Tightened clamps with wrench, not only screwdriver for secure attachment of connections. No problems whatsoever, a great product and an affordable bathroom solution.
by Swede
10 people found this helpful
Junk
Do not buy this. Installed one for a customer and it leaked. Instead of sending us the bowl that leaked had to take whole thing back and reorder then go pick It up and reinstall whole thing again for it to leak at the box this time.
by Mrfixit
11 people found this helpful
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