Dometic 3200 Series Owner`s manual

SeaLand
®
Gravity discharge Toilet
Owner’s Manual
SeaLand® 3200 Series All-Ceramic Toilets
! WARNING
This manual must be read and understood before installation, adjustment,
service, or maintenance is performed.
Modification of this product can result
in property damage.
Dometic Sanitation Corporation
13128 State Rt 226, PO Box 38
Big Prairie, OH 44611
SeaLand Product Customer Service: 1-800-321-9886
(8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET)
Table of Contents
Toilet Model Identification ......................................2
Toilet Dimensions...................................................3
Installation Instructions..................................... 3 - 6
Toilet Operation......................................................6
Proper Cleaning and Maintenance ........................7
Winterizing . ...........................................................7
Spare Parts............................................................7
Deodorants and Special Tissue . ...........................8
Flush Mechanism Components..............................9
Troubleshooting....................................................10
Wiring Diagram.....................................................11
Ordering Parts......................................................11
Customer Service ................................................12
Warranty ..............................................................12
WARNING – ELECTRICAL SYSTEM.
Turn off electrical power before servicing.
Failure to follow these precautions may result in damage to the toilet.
1. Read and understand the complete contents of this manual before operating or servicing the
toilet.
2. Do not use drain openers, alcohol, solvents, etc. in the toilet.
3. Do not dispose of sanitary napkins or other non-dissolving items in the toilet, such as facial tissues
or paper towels. These items can cause plugging of the toilet.
4. Make sure all guests understand operation of the toilet.
Toilet Model Identification
The model identification label is located on the inside
wall of the toilet under the access cover. It will show the
model number and serial number.
DOMETIC CORPORATION
P.O. BOX 38, 13128 STATE RT 226 (800) 321-9886
BIG PRAIRIE, OH 44611 USA
000
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NUMBER
000000
Concerto is a trademark, and SeaLand is a registered trademark of Dometic Corporation.
Toilet Dimensions
MODEL 3210
Dimensions may vary
±3/8-inch (13mm).
Installation Instructions
System Requirements:
• 2 GPM (10.6 lpm) or larger water pump.
• 1/2-inch (12.7 mm) water line terminating in 1/2-inch MPT fitting (to connect to toilet water supply hose).
• 4-bolt floor (closet) flange. SeaLand flanges available include 3-inch spigot, socket, MPT, or 45-degree swivel
socket.
•12 VDC through 2-amp fuse or circuit breaker. Use 14-gauge stranded copper wire.
STEP 1: Carefully unpack the toilet bowl, rear access lid and floor flange adapter. CAUTION: HANDLE THE VITREOUS CHINA TOILET AND ACCESS LID WITH CARE. SET THE LID IN AN AREA WHERE IT CANNOT BE
BROKEN. PLACE LID ON TOILET ONLY AFTER TOILET INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE.
STEP 2: Position the china bowl in the space intended. Confirm that adequate clearance is available for using the
flush handle and opening the seat and lid.
STEP 3: Mark the floor at the rear corners of the toilet bowl (fig. 1). Measure the distance between the two marks
and divide by 2 to find the toilet centerline. Mark the floor at the rear wall for the centerline.
STEP 4: Place a carpenter’s square against the back wall, and draw a center line on the floor at least 14 inches
(356 mm) long (fig. 2). Mark the centerline for the floor flange at 11-1/4 inches (286 mm) from the wall (fig. 3).
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
STEP 5a: For through-the-floor water line and electrical
wires, mark another centerline 6 inches (152 mm) from
the back wall (fig. 4).
Below-Floor Installation
Fig. 4
STEP 5b: For through-the-wall water line and electrical
wires, mark a centerline 8 inches (203 mm) up from the
floor centerline (fig. 5).
Above-Floor Installation
Fig. 5
STEP 7: Insert floor flange into larger hole and secure
to the floor with #12x3/4-inch long flat head wood or
sheet metal screws (fig.7).
STEP 6: Make a 4-3/4 inch (121 mm) diameter hole (for
most floor flanges) or a 5-1/8 inch (130 mm) diameter
hole (for swivel joint floor flange) at the centerline mark
furthest from the wall. Make a 1 inch (25 mm) hole at the
mark closer to the wall for the water line and electrical
wires (fig. 6).
Fig. 7
STEP 8: Route 1/2-inch (13mm) PEX tubing through
the smaller hole and install a PEX 1/2-inch MPT fitting
(fig. 8).
Fig. 6
NOTE: A water shut-off valve should be installed in the
water line to the toilet for maintenance requirements.
Fig. 8
IMPORTANT: The prefered installation method is to
mount the floor fIange directly on the finished floor.
However, if the bottom of floor flange and bottom of
china toilet must be mounted at different heights,
the floor flange must be mounted within 3/8 inch (10
mm) of the bottom of the toilet (see illustrations in
next column) or leakage will result.
STEP 9: WITH THE ELECTRICAL POWER OFF, route
#14 gauge stranded copper wire from 12 VDC ground
and positive 12 VDC from the fuse panel through a 2-amp
fuse or circuit breaker. Leave at least 12 inches (305 mm)
of wire for connecting to toilet (fig. 9).
STEP 13: Temporarily set the toilet in place on the floor
flange (fig. 14).
Fig. 9
Fig. 14
STEP 10: Connect the holding tank to the bottom of the
discharge flange.
STEP 14: Mark the holes for the two toilet mounting
bolts (fig. 15).
STEP 11: Slide the four T-bolts into the slots of the floor
flange. Install the flange gasket over the T-bolts (fig.
10).
Fig. 10
Fig. 15
STEP 15: Pick up toilet and set aside. Drill 3/16-inch
pilot holes in the floor (fig. 16).
STEP 12: Install floor flange adapter with words “THIS SIDE
UP” facing up. Tighten adapter to floor flange using four
flat washers and hex nuts. Tighten in criss-cross pattern
(fig. 11).
Fig. 11
Fig. 16
STEP 16: With toilet close to floor flange, connect flexible water supply hose to the water line fitting (fig. 17).
IMPORTANT: If replacing an existing toilet with 2-bolt
floor flange, drill two 5/16-inch dia. holes in old floor
flange that align with two additional holes in floor
flange adapter. Use two #10 or 12 x 1-1/2-inch wood
screws and washers for these drilled holes, and two
T-bolts with flat washers and nuts to fasten flange
gasket and floor flange adapter to old floor flange.
Do not use old hardware or seal.
Fig. 17
STEP 17: Connect the positive (+) 12 VDC lead to the
red wire and the negative (-) lead to the black wire (fig.
18).
Fig. 18
Fig. 19
Fig. 20
STEP 18: REMOVE RED CAP FROM MIDDLE
OF FLANGE ADAPTER BEFORE FINAL TOILET
INSTALLATION.
IMPORTANT – DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SLIDE THE
TOILET OVER THE FLANGE ADAPTER. THE
TOILET MUST BE SET DOWN OVER THE ADAPTER
TO PREVENT POSSIBLE DAMAGE.
Fig. 21
STEP 19: Set the toilet in place (fig. 19) and secure to floor
with the #14x2-1/2 inch long lag bolts (fig. 20). Install decorative bolt caps by pushing them onto bolt heads (fig. 21).
STEP 21: Turn on electrical power and water to toilet.
Lift flush handle and fill toilet bowl with water. Wait one
hour, then inspect the floor around and under the rear of
the toilet for leaks or dampness.
STEP 20: Place the rear access cover on the back of the
toilet. Press down firmly to seat the fastening strips.
Toilet Operation
1. Fill freshwater tank and add deodorant to holding tank through toilet
bowl.
2. Make sure all guests understand the operation of the toilet system and
the flushing instruction label is easy for guests to read. This label is
located under the seat, and is easily read when the seat is raised.
3. Shut off the toilet system before servicing and do not leave the vehicle with
toilet system breaker on.
4. Never use drain openers, alcohol, solvents, etc. in the toilet.
5. If the toilet does not function properly, refer to the Troubleshooting section of this manual and repair as necessary. If problem persists, contact your local SeaLand product dealer or see the Customer Service section of
this manual.
FLUSHING OPERATION
1. To add water to the toilet before
using (if necessary), raise flush
handle until desired water level is
reached.
2. To flush toilet, press flush handle
down. Release handle to let flush
ball snap back into position.
3. Do not dispose of sanitary
napkins or other non-dissolving items in toilet, such as facial
tissue or paper towels. These
items can plug the system.
Proper Cleaning and Maintenance
Clean your SeaLand toilet regularly for maximum sanitation and operational efficiency. You can clean it just as you would a household toilet. Do not use caustic
chemicals, such as drain-opening types, as they will damage the seals.
Fig. A
BOWL CLEANING: For stubborn stains, use SeaLand Toilet Bowl Cleaner
(fig. A). It’s manufactured especially for use with SeaLand ceramic toilets. In
certain locations where water is hard, a build-up of lime may dull the toilet bowl
finish. Restore the shine with this cleaner. If you cannot find our brand in your
area, contact SeaLand Product Customer Service for your nearest dealer. If it
is not available, you can also use most non-abrasive bathroom and toilet bowl
cleaners (Bar Keeper's Friend® spray cleaner, Clorox® toilet bowl cleaner, SaniFlush® toilet bowl cleaner, etc.). Please follow label instructions.
SEAL CLEANING: After an extended time, mineral deposits from hard water
can build up under the edge of the rubber bowl seal, resulting in a slow leakdown
of water from the bowl. To prevent this mineral build-up, periodically clean under
the bowl seal with SeaLand Toilet Bowl Cleaner (fig. B).
1. Shut off water supply.
2. Apply cleaner onto a cleaning tool (soft-bristle brush, etc.), open the flush
ball by pressing on flush lever, and scrub under the seal. Make sure to push
bristles between bottom of seal and top of flush ball surface to scrub all parts
of seal that come into contact with flush ball.
3. Close ball and wait 2-3 minutes.
4. Open flush ball. Use brush and water to rinse away cleanser and loosened
deposits.
To avoid damaging the Teflon®-coated seal, Do not use:
– abrasives (Comet®, Soft Scrub® cleansers etc.)
– caustic chemicals (Drano® clog remover, etc.)
– lubricants and cleaners containing alcohols or
petroleum distillates
(Pam® cooking spray, Pine-Sol® cleaner, WD-40®
lubricant, etc.).
Fig. B
® Bar Keepers Friend is a registered trademark of SerVaas
Laboratories Inc.
® Clorox, Pine-Sol and Soft Scrub are registered trademarks of
The Clorox Co.
® Comet is a registered trademark of Prestige Brands International.
® Drano is a registered trademark of S.C. Johnson & Son Inc.
® Pam is a registered trademark of ConAgra Foods.
® Sani-Flush is a registered trademark of Reckitt Benckiser Inc.
® Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Co.
® WD-40 is a registered trademark of WD-40 Company.
Winterizing
At the end of each traveling season, the SeaLand toilet should be winterized for storage by using potable watersafe antifreeze in the system.
To use antifreeze:
1. Empty the blackwater tank.
2. Thoroughly flush system with fresh water.
3. Empty freshwater tank and blackwater tank.
4. Add freshwater antifreeze to freshwater tank.
5. Flush freshwater antifreeze through toilet and into the blackwater tank. Each installation is different, so amounts
may vary. User discretion is required to assure adequate protection.
6. Turn off electrical power.
NOTE: Use nontoxic antifreeze designated for potable water systems. (See vehicle owner’s manual.)
CAUTION: Never use automotive-type antifreeze in freshwater systems.
Spare Parts
The following spare parts should be kept available at all times:
Description
Flush Ball Seal
Flush Ball
Part Number
Quantity
Description
Part Number
Quantity
see parts list
see parts list
1
1
Water Valve
Vacuum Breaker Assembly
see parts list
see parts list
1
1
Deodorants and Special Tissue
Your SeaLand toilet requires the regular addition of a deodorant product to reduce malodors and to help break down
holding tank contents. Several factors should be considered in selecting a deodorant product.
Liquid or Dry: Liquid products obviously work more quickly by readily going into solution. Granulated powder
formulations, on the other hand, have the advantage of requiring less storage space and are less likely to leak if the
package is inadvertently damaged.
Formaldehyde versus Non-Formaldehyde: Dometic manufactures both types of deodorants. Generally speaking, formaldehyde formulas control odor very effectively at all temperatures and with all degrees of water hardness.
SeaLand Environment-Friendly brand, which is formaldehyde free, is similarly effective.
How Much Deodorant and How to Add It: The deodorant is added directly into the toilet bowl, then flushed into
the holding tank. Follow bottle or package instructions. Conditions of extremely warm weather, longer waste holding time and larger tank capacities may require more deodorant treatment. Also, to maintain optimum efficiency in
odor control, the waste holding tank should be cleaned thoroughly at least once or more each season, depending
on use.
Why Not Use Household Toilet Paper in Your SeaLand Toilet? Household tissues often contain adhesives which
bond together the paper fibers from which the tissue is made. The adhesives prevent the tissue from breaking apart,
and their use in “ultra-low flow” systems can cause system clogging. SeaLand tissue is especially designed for use
in low water toilet systems. Its rapid dissolving properties minimize the amount of residual paper in the holding tank
and allow deodorizers to work more efficiently.
SeaLand versus Other Brands: SeaLand constantly strives to provide our system owners with effective products
that have minimal environmental impact and good value. Many deodorant products do not measure up to our standards of performance and value.
SeaLand® Granulated
Deodorant
Six 2-oz.
pouches
Part No.
379626002
SeaLand® Rapid-Dissolving
Toilet Tissue
Four 400-sheet rolls
Part No. 379441204
SeaLand® Liquid
Deodorant
- Environment
Friendly
32-oz. bottle
Part No.
379114032
SeaLand® Liquid
Deodorant
Two 8-oz. bottles
Part No. 379224008
Flush Mechanism Components
3. Lift china toilet
straight up from base
and set it down just in
front of floor flange.
Turn off water to
toilet and disconnect
flexible water line.
Disconnect power
wires if necessary.
1. To access base
assembly components,
remove decorative screw
caps and unscrew two
bolts that hold china toilet
to floor.
2. Remove access
cover from top of china
and set it aside.
Water Valve
Switch
BASE ASSEMBLY COMPONENTS
(under ceramic toilet)
Vacuum
Breaker
Flush Handle
Bracket and Pulley
Supply
Hose
Flush
Handle
Electric
Water Valve
Flush Lever
Cable
Flush Ball
Flush Ball
and Bowl
Seals
Rotor
Shaft
Base
Bracket
Electrical
Power Leads
Flexible Water
Hose
Plug-in
Base
Troubleshooting
Important: Always turn off electrical power and water to the toilet for disassembly.
Problem
Possible Cause
Service Instructions
1. Toilet emits odor (flush ball a. Odor emitting from base of toilet.
open).
b. Plugged holding tank vent line.
a.Use SeaLand brand deodorants.
b.Clear obstructions from vent line.
2. Water will not stay in bowl.
a.Clean underside of flush ball seal
(see cleaning method on page 7).
3. Water will not enter bowl.
a. Improper seal between flush ball
and seal due to dirt or debris on
underside of flush ball seal.
b. Worn or damaged flush ball and
seal.
b.Remove toilet from floor,
disassemble bowl from base and
replace flush ball and seal.
a. Water valve fuse is blown.
b. Water valve filter screen is
clogged.
c. Defective water valve.
d. Defective flush switch.
a.Replace fuse located in fuse panel.
b.Clean filter screen.
4. Water will not shut off and
overflows bowl.
a. Dirt or debris lodged in water
valve seal.
b. Defective water valve.
a.Disassemble and clean water
valve.
b.Replace water valve.
5. Flush ball will not open.
a. Flush cable is loose or broken.
b. Base pulley broken.
a.Tighten or replace cable.
b.Replace base pulley.
6. Hand spray unit leaks.
a.Hand sprayer is defective.
a.Replace hand sprayer.
7. Water does not enter toilet
bowl properly.
a.Insufficient water flow rate at toilet. a.Check water flow rate at toilet.
Rate should be 2 gpm (7.6 lpm)
at toilet.
b.Remove and clean screen located
b.Water valve clogged.
at inlet of water valve.
c.Clean holes. If still a problem,
c.Plugged rim wash holes in toilet.
replace the toilet bowl.
8. Water leaking from water
valve.
a. Water valve body cracked due to
freeze damage.
b. Water line connection is loose or
not seated properly.
c. Defective water valve.
d. Stripped threads.
9. Water leaking from under
toilet.
a.Tighten toilet mounting bolts.
a. Toilet loose.
b. Defective component under china b.Remove floor bolts and turn toilet
to one side as much as possible,
bowl: vacuum breaker assembly,
keeping telescoping base in floor
water hose/fittings, water valve
flange adapter. Flush toilet to
assembly, upper bowl seal, base
find source of leak. Tighten loose
O-ring, rotor shaft, or plastic base.
connections or replace defective
component.
c.Replace seal.
c. Worn or defective floor flange
seal.
d.Replace china toilet.
d. Cracked china bowl.
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c.Replace water valve.
d.Replace flush switch.
a.Replace water valve.
b.Insure that threads are not
cross-threaded and tighten.
c.Replace water valve.
d.Replace water valve.
Wiring Diagram
SEALAND TOILET
Ordering Parts
Dometic is ready to assist you in the event service is required. Before calling, please have the following information available. Your cooperation in having this information ready is appreciated and allows us to better meet your
needs.
1. Toilet Model Number
2. Serial Number
3. Part Number, Description and Quantity (see separate Parts List)
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Customer Service
There is a strong, worldwide network to assist in servicing and maintaining your sanitation system. For the
Authorized Service Center near you, please call from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday.
Telephone:1 800-321-9886 U.S.A. and Canada
330-496-3211 International
Email:
sealand@dometicusa.com
Mail:
Dometic Sanitation Corporation
13128 SR 226
PO Box 38
Big Prairie, OH 44611
Manufacturer’s Two-Year and Ten-Year Limited Warranties
Dometic Corporation warrants, to the original purchaser only, that this SeaLand® gravity discharge toilet, if used for personal, family or
household-like purposes, is free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase.
Dometic also warrants, to the original purchaser only, that the vitreous china toilet bowl will not discolor, stain, scratch or craze for a
period of ten (10) years if used for personal, family or household-like purposes, and is regularly cleaned as described in the product’s
owner’s manual.
If this Dometic product is placed in commercial or business use, it will be warranted, to the original purchaser only, to be free of defects
in material and workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of purchase.
Dometic reserves the right to replace or repair any part of this product that proves, upon inspection by Dometic, to be defective in material
or workmanship. All labor and transportation costs or charges incidental to warranty service are to be borne by the purchaser-user.
EXCLUSIONS
IN NO EVENT SHALL Dometic BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, FOR DAMAGES RESULTING
FROM IMPROPER INSTALLATION, OR FOR DAMAGES CAUSED BY NEGLECT, ABUSE, ALTERATION, OR USE OF UNAUTHORIZED COMPONENTS. THIS INCLUDES FAILURES WHICH MAY RESULT FROM NOT FOLLOWING THE WINTERIZATION OR
CLEANING PROCEDURES AS DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR FROM
DATE OF PURCHASE.
IMPLIED WARRANTIES
No person is authorized to change, add to, or create any warranty or obligation other than that set forth herein.
Implied warranties, including those of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to one (1) year from the date of
purchase for products used for personal, family or household-like purposes, and ninety (90) days from the date of purchase for products
placed in commercial or business use.
OTHER RIGHTS
Some states do not allow limitations on the duration of an implied warranty, and some states do not allow exclusions
or limitations regarding incidental or consequential damages; so, the above limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
To obtain warranty service, first contact your local dealer from whom you purchased this product.
Dometic Sanitation Corporation
13128 State Rt 226, PO Box 38
Big Prairie, OH 44611
SeaLand Product Customer Service: 1-800-321-9886
(8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET)
Email: sealand@dometicusa.com
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