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Dometic 320 Full-Timer RV Toilet - Standard Height - Elongated Bowl - White Ceramic
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Dometic 320 Full-Timer RV Toilet - Standard Height - Elongated Bowl - White Ceramic

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Perfect for full-time adventurers, this durable, standard-height RV toilet can handle everyday use. Elongated design provides plenty of comfort. Sturdy ceramic bowl is easy to clean. Each flush uses just 1 pint of water. Great Prices for the best rv toilets from Dometic. Dometic 320 Full-Timer RV Toilet - Standard Height - Elongated Bowl - White Ceramic part number DOM87FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Dometic RV Toilets - DOM87FR

  • Elongated
  • White
  • Standard Height
  • Dometic
  • Ceramic and Plastic
  • Full-Rim - Best
  • Gravity Flush Toilet
  • 11 Inches

Perfect for full-time adventurers, this durable, standard-height RV toilet can handle everyday use. Elongated design provides plenty of comfort. Sturdy ceramic bowl is easy to clean. Each flush uses just 1 pint of water.


Features:

  • RV toilet is perfect for the RV that doubles as your home
  • Standard height matches the height of a household toilet
  • Extended wooden seat is comfortable and retains heat, even in the cold
  • Elongated ceramic bowl matches the design of a residential toilet
    • Ceramic is long-lasting and easy to clean
    • Enclosed rim keeps water jets covered to prevent splashes
  • Lightweight polypropylene base is durable
  • Clean rinsing - pressurized water flows around the entire bowl
    • Uses only 1 pint of water per flush
  • Foot pedal makes flushing fast and easy
    • Push pedal down halfway to fill the bowl with water before use
    • Push pedal down all the way for 1 to 2 seconds to flush away waste
  • Simple gravity-flush design - installs directly above your black-water tank
  • 2-Bolt installation fits most existing floor flanges
  • White color
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Overall dimensions: 21-3/4" long x 14-3/4" wide x 19-1/4" tall
  • Seat length: 17-1/2"
  • Seat thickness: 2-5/8"
  • Seat cutout dimensions: 12" long x 8-1/2" wide
  • Center of flange to wall: 11"
  • Bowl depth: 8-3/4"
  • Total weight: 30.5 lbs
  • 2-Year limited warranty


Perfect for Full-Time RV Living

Living in an RV while exploring the country is a real adventure, and you'll want your facilities to live up to that lifestyle. This RV toilet easily handles everyday use, making it great for when you're living in your RV full-time. It's just as tall as a standard residential toilet, so it's easy to sit down on and get up from. The durable wooden seat holds heat for those chilly nights. And the sturdy ceramic bowl is easy to clean. If you call your RV your home, this is the toilet you'll need when nature calls.


Measure to Fit

RV toilet rough in measurement

There's one measurement you should double check to see if this toilet will easily fit into your bathroom. The rough-in measurement is the minimum distance you'll need from the wall to the center of the flange on which the toilet will sit. To measure this distance without uninstalling your current toilet, the mounting bolts on the side will typically tell you where the center of the flange is. You may want to triple check if your toilet has an offset flange or 4-bolt mounting style.


The Dometic 320 Series RV toilet has a rough-in measurement of 11". If your rough-in measurement is less than 11", select a toilet model with a lower requirement or consider alterations to make it fit. Keep in mind the overall dimensions of the toilet, and measure for yourself to pick the best model for an easy DIY upgrade.



9108781896 Dometic 320 Series RV Toilet - Standard Height - Ceramic Bowl - White

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Dometic 320 Full-Timer RV Toilet - Standard Height - Elongated Bowl - White Ceramic - DOM87FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (529 Customer Reviews)

Perfect for full-time adventurers, this durable, standard-height RV toilet can handle everyday use. Elongated design provides plenty of comfort. Sturdy ceramic bowl is easy to clean. Each flush uses just 1 pint of water.

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Much nicer than cheap plastic toilet installed as original equipment that leaked between bowl & outer shell, smelled worse than an outhouse. It's a little bit longer & just touches back wall, but should be ok. Feels more sturdy & comfortable with the wooden oval seat. Just winterized, so I'll find out for sure next summer. 2018 Wolfpack 325P13 front bathroom.

Mike

10/19/2023

one year since install, still has no smells! It is much nicer than the factory toilet.

Mike L.

11/9/2023

Its been 1 year since I installed this toilet, much, much nicer than the squeaky, stinky stock toilet.



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Far superior than the old Thetford
Easy
install I had to get the correct compression elbow and adjust the height of the water connection

Stephen B.

3/16/2024

The toilet is working perfectly and I could not be more pleased.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.

3/16/2024

@StephenB Good to hear. That's an important fixture!


by:

5 stars to Etrailer...but 1 star to Dometic.

My
Dometic 320 toilet was reasonably priced and delivered promptly by e6railer. The toilet itself is a huge upgrade, very comfortable and looks great. I ran into a problem on my epic West Coast trip and needed to work through a bricks and mortar retailer to get immediate help. I found a local Camping World and got help there.

The problem was that water was leaking from the bowl, leaving it dry, which allows odors to get into the camper. I read on Facebook to try hot water. But, it did not work. Camping World sold me a replacement gasket. When I removed the old gasket, I could see an obvious manufacturer's defect. It was clear that the molded components had an irreparable off-center gasket seat and a shape defect that limited the gasket seating. Camping World tried to help me resolve with Dometic as a warranty issue. But, it was a weekend and Dometic was not responding. Since I was on a trip with my wife, it was an emergency. So, I bought another unit from stock and expected to resolve with Dometic afterwards. The new toilet was installed without issue and has been working great since. So, we were able to continue our trip.

Camping World tried to support me after the sale with Dometic. But, by the time I was asked for the serial number off of my old toilet, it was in a dumpster hundreds of miles away. Later, I wrote a detailed letter with receipts, pictures, and the whole story to Dometic. But, they would not help me at all without the serial number.

So, go out and buy the very nice toilet from etrailer. But, pull out the gasket to check the gasket seat and ball valve before you even install it. (It's very easy to remove and replace the gasket.) Then write down the serial number, in case you have a problem later.

I have to say that it is particularly disappointing of Dometic's Quality Assurance program, because the defect should have been picked up by the original gasket installer. Then, Dometic disappointed again with their response.

I will attach some pictures.



by:

I had a problem with the toilet as it would not hold water in the bowl to seal the down spout due to the bowel being offset too the pedestal. I contacted Dometic under the warranty that I had, and they replaced the toilet with a new one. No more problems now.

Tom S.

4/8/2024

The replacement toilet is working fine.



by:

If you have the plastic Dometic 300 toilet, do yourself a favor and replace it now with the 320. We no longer suffer with the rancid smell of the liquid collecting inside the 300. The porcelain is easy to clean and and the flushing action far superior.

Kenneth

3/25/2024

One year later and we are still Happy Campers!! One of the best decisions we have made pertaining to our Rockwood Mini Lite.



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Well, if I was younger it would have been a 15-minute job; well, almost. I added a bidet to the installation, which added to the time, but not much. You’ll note in the photos that there isn’t a color match, but the bidet came in only one shade of white. The model 320 replaced a model 300 in our motorhome. If you’re familiar with a model 300, you know you can lift it with one finger. Once you lift the model 320 you know right away there’s no comparison in the quality. Everything about the model 320 says quality. Truly the installation is a piece of cake, and I can’t imagine anyone being unhappy with this toilet. If they are I’ll ship them my old model 300 for free! As for dealing with etrailer, it’s been another great experience. The toilet came two days earlier than expected; not damage; perfect. etrailer’s customer service and follow-up are second to none. Mark me a happy camper for sure!



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toilet never really holds water, I have messed with the seal, lubricated it filled the toilet extra full but from day one after about 2 hours the toilet is bone dry

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.

5/2/2024

This is something that we have heard of this issue before with RV toilets. You will want to check the flush ball seal to make sure it has not been knocked out of place by the ball. Also check to make sure that the seal is not missshapen, folded in, or cut. If you push down on the flush ball it should not have any give to it. If you feel that it has give or play to it then the seal has come loose. If you should need a new seal then it is part # DOM63FR.



by:

We Purchased a new RV and I immediately started looking for a quality toilet that was elongated and at a comfortable height. I found the D-320 on etrailer and ordered it. Shipping was fast and packaging was excellent for Fragile product. I installed the toilet in we are very pleased with it. I would have purchased a second toilet for the other restroom however the wall to floor mount bolts is to short and it will not fit. So I will be looking at moving the floor flange to accommodate the D-320 and getting rid of the plastic, short, round piece of crap toilet that came with the RV.
I know they use Plastic for the light weight of the RV but I wont skimp on a few pounds extra to toe for comfort and ease of use.



by:

The best RV toilet we've ever used. We've been full-time for 3.5 years and we replaced both toilets with this model. Excellent height, easy to clean, and fit the bidet perfectly.



by:

Very well-built. I think it's better than the Thetford brand that it replaced. Well-designed for any replacement parts if needed.



by:

Having a porcelain toilet that looks and feels like our home toilet is very comforting. We have had no issues or concerns since I installed the 320. It was easy to install. I never liked the plastic toilets that are standard equipment in RVs and the 320 brings home style look, feel and comfort back to the RV. I added the hand sprayer to complete this project.

Greg2u

1/10/2024

Still very happy with this porcelain toilet I installed in my Kodiak 201QB. No problems and feels like home.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.

1/10/2024

@Greg2u Home throne is a good thing!


by:

Great upgrade! Installation was quick and it’s an excellent product. I wish we would have upgraded sooner!

Paula

3/7/2024

After a year, I’m still very happy with this product and highly recommend it!



by:

Regarding the Dometic 320. I have a couple of likes and unfortunately a couple of dislikes. I like that the toilet bowl is elongated and made of ceramic. I dislike that the bowl has not ever held liquid despite the gasket being replaced twice. It requires cleaning after every #2 use because water does not stand in the bowl for more than about 20 seconds. I dislike the fact that the flush valve leaked and had to be replaced twice since the toilet was installed a little over a year ago.

It looks nice and is comfortable but there is a design flaw in the flapper gasket, or perhaps that water seal system, and the flush valve.

This makes me somewhat dissatisfied with the product. 
Sincerely,
Dale P



by:

The toilet shelf held up very well about 11 or 12 months out. The seal had to be replaced. Started to leak. Water would not stay in the bowl every six months all the parts got cleaned and lubricated. I love the toilet it’s easy to clean and doesn’t stain.



by:

Really great upgrade with one flaw... The water leaks out of the bowl. I have fixed this by removing, cleaning, and re- installing the seal, however, it starts happening again after a couple months. Still, this is a major upgrade to my all plastic tiny toilet, and it was still worth it to me. KNOW your DIMENSIONS before ordering.



by:

We had a Dometic 310. The Dometic 320 was an appreciated upgrade. The 320 design is a comfortable "homestyle" toilet. Much easier to clean.



by:

Great service from Joshua at etrailer.
Note to buyers: make sure your bathroom door swing will clear the toilet bowl…it’s longer than the std. bowl.

Mark

11/18/2023

Infrequent use but, working nicely, and comfortable.



by:

It was broken up when I open up the box. I received it, put it on a shelf until last month when I went to install it, it was damaged in shipping and I did not catch it.

Etrailer Expert

Katrina D.

12/13/2023

Oh my goodness, I am sorry to hear that it arrived in such a condition. Let me get you over to customer service to see what we can do for you.



by:

Toilet arrived timely. Everything is in good condition. Easy installation despite close tolerances (went from stinky plastic 300 Dometic model to 320 with a porcelain bowl. 300 model was only 2 years old with minimal use and septic was leaking between the bowl inner & outer cases. Sorry etrailer but the Dometic 300 models should not be sold, they are a sanitary hazard even for occasional use. Anyways back to 320 model, simple and easy to install. Chasing the mounting bolts in mounting plate slots gave me some exciting competition but I prevailed. Highly recommend this model.



by:

Replaced a round Thetford Aqua Magic toilet that was a PITA to keep functioning properly and to service. Also, we hated the plastic kid on the Thetford, with all the nooks and corners, that was difficult to clean; this one has flat surfaces that are easy to clean. This one is WAY more comfortable, sturdy, easier to maintain, and functions better. Had no problem installing it; 15 minutes, start to finish. Glad we made the change; we are full-timers, and this serves our needs better.

H M.

10/21/2023

The elongated toilet is MUCH better than the round one we previously had. My wife really likes this one.



by:

Perfect replacement fit, and better size than what was OEM. Great place to sit and think.



by:

Functions as expected EXCEPT: SEAL LEAKS and doesn’t hold water. I have replaced the seal and abundantly greased the new seal with better results but still doesn’t hold water. NOT GOOD!

Etrailer Expert

Brooke M.

11/15/2023

I saw your review and wanted to reach out to manufacturer about it. They said to to push on the white ball in the bowl of the toilet. If it has any flex to it, then its not in the pocket correctly and would be causing these issues. Sometimes it can get knocked out of the groove it sits in during cleaning or what have you. Puttimg it back in place would stop the leaking.



by:

Plan on buying the pedal valve if you’re camping in cold weather, they crack easy when it freezes. Good product nonetheless.



by:

After owning this toilet for a year, and actually using for 5 months on and off we find this toilet very comfortable and is almost like our house unit. Flushing power could be stronger, but with the handheld shower handle the job gets done.
The seal in the bowl leaks a small amount and has to be reseated occasionally maybe some silicon grease to lubricate the rubber ring could help



by:

Easy installation and works great! Etrailer representative very attentive and available if we had questions. Would buy from this company again


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    The Dometic Full-Timer RV Toilet # DOM87FR has multiple holes around the rim of the bowl that will flush down and it comes with a gasket/seal so you won't have to purchase one separately. I've attached an video where David will walk you through the steps of installing your new Dometic Full-Timer RV Toilet.
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    Yes, I've made a little list below of the different rough-in measurements for each toilet part number: # DOM74FR - 8.5" # DOM64FR - 8.5" # DOM24FR - 8.75" # DOM57FR - 10" # DOM37FR - 10" # DOM77FR - 10" # DOM67FR - 10" # DOM87FR - 11" # DOM27FR - 11" # DOM99FR - 11" # DOM29FR - 11" # LC67AF - 12" If you need any other measurements or have any other questions just let me know.
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