Review of Dometic RV Toilet - Full-Timer w/ Sprayer Standard Height - DOM39FR

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Dometic RV Toilet - Full-Timer w/ Sprayer Standard Height - DOM39FR Review


Ellen: Hey everyone. I'm Ellen here at etrailer.com and today we're taking a look at the Dometic Full-Timer RV Toilet. So, this is going to have all those features and comforts of home while you're out on the road. This is intended for those who are out in their RV a lot. Maybe they're full-time out on the road or you just want the best of the best. You want all those things that you're used to with your residential-style toilets.

So, let's talk about those features.It's going to have that elongated design, gives you a little bit more room to work. It sits at a standard height, so it's the height you're used to. You don't have to worry about starting to sit down and then it's a little bit shorter than you're anticipating and then falling into the bowl. There are low-profile designs available if you have one of those raised platforms. Some RVs have a little step up or a diocese that they sit on.

That would be when you would want to get that low-profile, but otherwise, this is going to be that standard height that you have come to expect.It has an elongated lid and seat, as well. This is going to have a wooden construction which is nice in those winter months. You don't have to worry about that seat being super chilly when you go to sit down. And then the bowl itself is going to be made out of a porcelain or ceramic construction. The nice thing with that is that it's going to be a nonporous or slick surface so nothing's going to cling to it and cause any stains.

It's a lot easier to clean, more durable. It does weigh a little bit more, so to take out some of that weight, the base is going to be made of a polypropylene or a plastic.If it had a polypropylene bay or a bowl, like some others that you might see on the market, it would attract a lot more stains. It'd be harder to keep that bowl clean, so that's why they give you the best of both worlds between that ceramic bowl. Easier to maintain, but they take out a little bit of that heaviness with that. So, it only weighs about 30 pounds, which is pretty manageable when you're trying to actually get that in place and lift it into your RV bathroom.

You don't have to worry about it weighing a ton.As far as the operation, we will have a hand sprayer gun to pinpoint water so we don't have to waste our water. Whenever you go to flush, we'll have the pedal on the side. So, you just press down on that with your foot and that will open up the valve on the inside to flush everything down.They also suggest leaving a little bit of water in the basin. That way it's going to keep any smells in your black water tank from escaping and makes everything easier to flush down. So, to do that you just press halfway, just to let the water start, but not to actually open that valve. If you want to take a closer look at that valve opening, you can see. Press on the pedal, that valve opens up, everything's going to drop down. It is designed to be installed directly over your black water tank, so pretty easy to get that in place. We'll have the inlet for our clean water to come in here and attached with that. Again, pedal. Push it all the way down for solid waste and just about halfway for any liquid waste.As far as sizes go with this, or measurements, this is going to measure 19 and a quarter-inch to the top of the back here and then about 21 and three quarter-inches from back to front. The seat is about 17 and a half inches by 14. The cutout is going to be 12 by eight and a half and then the bowl depth is eight and three quarter-inches. Our hand sprayer measures about 44 inches long and, like I said, this weighs about 30 pounds or 30 and a half pounds.It does come with the hardware to attach this to the floor and that's going to be a T bolt to go into the bracket at the bottom, a nut and washer and then a cap to go over that to clean up the look, and it also comes with a holder, little brace to go on the wall, and the hardware to attach that. It's going to have a screw and an anchor for all of that. All in all, pretty nice looking. This is also available in white if you prefer. This is going to be the tan version, so the white version will have all those same features, just find that with the part number that you see listed on the screen there and it should be good to go. But that's going to do it for our look at the Dometic Full-Time RV Toilet. I hope I've answered all of your questions. If not, leave us a comment and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks for watching.


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