Thetford c200

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  1. alcorn54

    alcorn54 Read Only Funster

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    I'm probably sounding a bit thick here but just been sorting out my Van as I changed it to a low profile in November gone and not used it yet.

    I am hoping to get away for the weekend next week,so was checking everything over and I noticed the Thetford c200 swivel electric toilet doesn't have a separate holding tank for flushing unless its hidden somewhere a ? manuals are rubbish so followed pipe work etc, and worked out it fills from main water tank?

    The cassette is very similar to my last one so i work out the blue cleaner goes as normal ,does the flush section on this model not have somewhere to use the green fluid?.

    Dont no why Tandy dont do a Van manual instead of supplying individual manuals for everything fitted??I have been searching all winter for fresh water drain valve ,couldn't find it anywhere :Doh::Doh:but moved dining table today and and lifted up carpet below folding seat low and behold, behind passenger seat a cut out section on floor removed it and found what looks like the water drain ,so at least i'm further on .
     
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    Hi

    You are correct you only use the fluid in cassette. We use Thetford fluids and the one that would have gone in flush we dilute and put in a spray bottle and spray bowl as required to help keep clean.

    Dave .:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Hi
    It's just the same in my MH, Flushed from the main tank, Blue in the cassette, the only thing we add is one of the stick on deodorizer from a dispenser as seen on TV, very good idea instead of the hang on type. Pete :thumb::thumb:
     
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    And if you want to use the toilet on the move and not fill up at least a little with fresh water, then a small old drinking water bottle, one of those with a narrow drinking end, does as a flush bottle for us until we fill up the cold water (must save on weight when you can with price of fuel).
     
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    We just did that too-and moved toilet roll holder from behind toilet to a place on wall above wash basin-it's all very 'snug' in our van :Laughing:
    Mike.
     
  7. alcorn54

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    ok thanks

    ok thanks for this info ,because we cant use the pink smelly stuff anymore,I have just been informed,well told to be honest ,MY wife has decided not only a stick on deodorizer but one of them stick from a tube green thingie to the inside of the toilet is a must!! as well .As our toilet is in rear bedroom on one side and shower on other,a bit like an on suite .Mind you we do have a dividing door from dining room so during the day wont be so bad. She recons she cant put up with me using it without them ,why just me ??:Rofl1::Rofl1::Doh::Doh:I ask ?:Eeek::Eeek: she's always saying I come up smelling of roses so I really dont know what shes getting at!
     
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