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Vacuum pedal-flush toilet
operation manual
508+
706
500 Plus Series,
706 Model
VacuFlush® Toilets
For VacuFlush toilet models
506+, 508+, 547+, 548+, 706
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VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
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VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Notes on using the manual
Table of contents
EN
1 Notes on using the manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2 General safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 4
3 Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
4Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
5Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 6
6Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
7Maintenance/winterizing/service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 13
8Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 - 15
9 Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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Notes on using the manual
Caution!
Safety Instruction: Failure to observe this instruction can cause material damage and impair
the function of the device.
Note
Supplementary information for operating the device.
fig. 1 A, page 2 : This refers to an element in an illustration. In this example, item A in
figure 1 on page 2.
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General safety instructions
The manufacturer will not be held liable for claims for damage resulting from the following:
• Faulty installation or connection
• Damage to the unit from mechanical influences, misuse or abuse
• Alterations to the unit without express written permission from the manufacturer
• Use for purposes other than those described in this manual
2.1
Warnings – marine applications
The following statements must be read and understood before installing, servicing and/or
operating this product on a boat. Modification of this product may result in property damage.
Dometic recommends that a qualified technician or electrician install or service this product.
Equipment damage, injury to personnel or death could result from improper installation. DOMETIC
ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT, OR INJURY OR
DEATH TO PERSONNEL THAT MAY RESULT FROM IMPROPER INSTALLATION, SERVICE OR
OPERATION OF THIS PRODUCT.
Caution! Hazard of Flooding
If toilet is connected to ANY through-the-hull fittings, ALWAYS close seacocks when
toilet is not in use (even if boat is unattended for a brief period). All passengers must be
instructed on how to close valves when the toilet is not in use. Failure to do so can result
in flooding which can cause loss of property and life.
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General safety instructions
VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Caution! Hazard of Flooding
If the toilet uses fresh water for flushing and is connected directly or indirectly to a shoreside municipal water system at ANY time, shoreside water connections MUST be
disconnected if the boat is unattended (even if boat is unattended for a brief period).
Failure to do so can result in flooding which can cause loss of property and life.
Caution! Hazard of Flooding
Before beginning any work on this product, be sure that all electrical power to the toilet
system has been turned off and that seacocks are in the CLOSED or OFF position. Failure
to do so can result in flooding which can cause loss of property and life.
Caution!
Overfilling the holding tank can create serious damage to the sanitation system, such as
rupturing the holding tank and releasing tank contents into the bilge. To prevent this
possibility, Dometic recommends using the “full” tank shut-down relay in the toilet’s
electronic control module. The “full” signal from the holding tank can be generated by an
optional SeaLand DTM01C tank monitor or DTM04 four-level tank monitor system.
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Intended use
The SeaLand VacuFlush toilet vacuums waste from the bowl and pumps it to a holding tank or other
effluent storage/disposal system. Operated by a foot pedal, the toilet allows the user to add water to
the bowl (before using or flushing) by slightly raising the pedal, and to flush the toilet by pressing the
pedal down. An optional status panel activates lights to indicate when the toilet is activated, when
the toilet is ready to flush, and when the toilet is not ready to flush due to recharging vacuum.
3.1Benefits
Convenient pedal-operated flush. Add water or flush with the foot pedal. Hands-free operation.
Home-like comfort. Toilets feature a full-size wood seat with large opening and deep bowl (500
Plus series) for premium comfort. Model 706 toilet has marine-size toilet bowl.
Water conservation. Water consumption per flush is determined by how long the pedal is pushed.
VacuFlush pedal-flush toilets typically use about 1 pint (0.5 l) per flush when the pedal is pressed
for 3 seconds.
Built-in water supply vacuum breaker. In-line vacuum breaker provides atmospheric protection
to prevent backflow in event of negative pressure in the water supply line.
“OK to Flush” and “Do Not Flush” indicator lights (option). When equipped with an optional
VacuFlush status panel, a green light indicates when proper vacuum is achieved and toilet is ready
to flush. Red light indicates when vacuum level is too low for a flush to occur. Vacuum recharges
in about one minute after flushing.
Automatic “full tank” shut-down (option). When connected to an optional holding tank level
indication system and the holding tank reaches full level, the VacuFlush toilet’s vacuum generator
will shut its electrical power off. This safety feature prevents overfilling the holding tank, which
may cause damage to the boat.
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VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Components
4Components
(fig. 3 , page 2)
Ref.
4.1 1
(fig. 2 , page 2)
Ref.
Description
VacuFlush
toilet
Seat and lid assembly
(fig. 3 , page 2)
A
2
Ceramic bowl
3
Vacuum breaker
4
Water supply hose
5
Half clamp kit
6
Pedestal base
7
Flush pedal lever (cover not shown)
8
Water valve
9
Inlet screen
10
Pedestal cover
Description
Vacuum status panel (DVS01 - option)
(fig. 2 , page 2)
B
VacuFlush status panel and power
switch (DVS02 - option)
C
J series vacuum generator *
D
S series vacuum pump *
E
Vacuum tank *
* VacuFlush pedal-operated toilets use either a vacuum
generator or vacuum pump/vacuum tank combination.
Refer to vehicle manufacturer for your specific system
components.
Refer to complete parts list (packed separately) for
additional information.
4.1
Typical VacuFlush toilet system (marine)
(fig. 4 , page 2)
Ref.
Description
Ref.
Description
1
VacuFlush toilet
6
Vent filter
2
VacuFlush status panel
7
Discharge pump
3
Holding tank status panel
8
Overboard discharge fitting
4
Vacuum generator
9
Air vent fitting
5
Holding tank (waste)
10
Dockside discharge fitting
Some VacuFlush toilet systems combine the vacuum generator (4) and holding tank (5) into one unit (VacuFlush holding tank system).
Contact boat or vehicle manufacturer for complete information on your toilet system.
5Specifications
5.1Materials
Toilet bowl: vitreous ceramic
Pedestal base: polypropylene
Toilet seat: enameled wood
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Specifications
5.2
VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Toilet installation specifications
Electrical
Water
Supply
Discharge
Required
component
Vacuum pump* draw
6 amps at 12 V DC; 3 amps at 24 V DC
Circuit breaker/fuse
10 amps at 12 V DC; 5 amps at 24 V DC
Fitting
0.5 in. NPT
Flow rate
2.0 gpm/7.6 lpm minimum required at toilet
Size
1.5 in./38 mm ID PVC pipe or sanitation hose
Horizontal run**
50 ft./15 m maximum to vacuum source
Vertical run**
6 ft./1.8 m maximum to vacuum source
Vacuum source †
VacuFlush vacuum generator, vacuum holding tank,
or holding tank system (purchased separately)
* Required for J and S series VacuFlush vacuum generators.
** Based on J and S series VacuFlush vacuum generator specifications.
Where applicable, see VHT series vacuum holding tank manual for other installation specifications.
† Purchased separately.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
5.3
Dimensions (fig. 1 , page 2)
Models 508+, 547+, 548+
Ref.
Ref.
* overall width includes flush pedal
Dimension
A
18.75 in. / 476 mm
A
14.5 in. / 368 mm
B
15.25 in. / 387 mm
B
17.25 in. / 438 mm *
C
20.5 in. / 521 mm
C
20.5 in. / 521 mm
D
17.25 in. / 438 mm - seat height
D
12.5 in. / 318 mm - seat height
E
14.625 in. / 371 mm
E
14.625 in. / 371 mm
F
32.5 in. / 826 mm - seat lid up
F
28 in. / 711 mm - seat lid up
Model 706
Ref.
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Dimension
Model 506+
* overall width includes flush pedal
Dimension
A
11.5 in. / 292 mm
B
17 in. / 432 mm *
C
18.25 in. / 464 mm
D
10.75 in. / 273 mm - seat height
E
13 in. / 330 mm
F
25 in. / 635 mm - seat lid up
All dimensions may vary +/- 0.375 in. (10 mm)
VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Operation
6Operation
6.1
Toilet system start-up
1. Fill freshwater tank.
2. Turn on electrical power and water supply to VacuFlush toilet system.
3. Flush water through entire toilet system by pressing flush pedal for about 15 seconds.
Release pedal, allowing pedal to snap back into original position. Vacuum pump will operate for
about one minute, then shut off.
6.2
Normal toilet operation
ADD WATER TO TOILET BOWL
Lift flush pedal until desired water level is achieved. More water is usually added
only when flushing solids. (If pedal is raised too long, toilet bowl can overflow.)
FLUSH TOILET
Press flush pedal down for about 3 seconds, then release it. Allow pedal to snap
back into original position to assure vacuum seal. It takes about one minute for
vacuum to recharge for the next flush. A small amount of water remains in bowl
after every flush.
If flush pedal is accidentally released before effluent leaves bowl, do not flush again
until vacuum pump stops running.
DO NOT FLUSH FOREIGN OBJECTS
CAUTION! Flush only water, bodily wastes and rapid-dissolving tissue paper.
Do not flush wet wipes, sanitary napkins, condoms, diapers, razor blades, paper
cups, cotton swabs, food, hair or liquids such as oils or solvents. Clogging or
damage to the toilet system may occur.
Note
Make sure all guests understand toilet operation before use.
6.3
Indicator lights (requires optional VacuFlush status panel)
“OK TO FLUSH” INDICATOR
On a VacuFlush status panel, a steady green “OK to Flush” light indicates when the toilet is ready
to flush.
“DO NOT FLUSH” INDICATOR
VacuFlush status panels include a red “Do Not Flush” light to indicate two toilet system conditions:
1. vacuum level in toilet system is not sufficient for complete flush.
2. holding tank is full and should be pumped out (only when connected to an optional holding
tank level indication system). When the red light is on, electrical power to the toilet automatically
shuts off to prevent possible overfilling of the holding tank.
7
Maintenance/Winterizing/Service
VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
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Maintenance / Winterizing / Service
7.1
Cleaning the toilet
To maintain the toilet’s original, lustrous appearance, use
SeaLand® Toilet Bowl Cleaner or other non-abrasive bathroom
and toilet bowl cleaners. Please follow label directions.
Caution
To avoid damaging the toilet system’s seals and
valves, do not clean toilet with abrasive cleaners,
caustic chemicals, or lubricants and cleaners that
contain alcohols or petroleum distillates.
7.2
VacuFlush system maintenance
Maintenance procedures vary widely and depend on factors such as frequency of use, quality of
flushing water, etc. The following chart provides a general guideline for keeping your toilet system
ready for use at any time.
Maintenance procedure
Service interval
Notes
ROUTINE
Check all clamped hose joints
below water line for leaks.
Monthly
—
Check filter screen in water valve.
After first year of service, then as
needed if water flow is noticeably
slower.
Screen is located inside water
valve inlet.
Replace vent filter (if installed in
holding tank vent line).
Annually
—
MAJOR SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
Replace duckbill valves in vacuum
generator or vacuum pump.
Every three years
See vacuum generator or
vacuum pump parts list for
replacement kit part number.
Replace flush ball seal and flush
ball (if required).
Every three years
See toilet parts list for replacement kit part number.
7.3
Recommended spare parts
When operating boat or other vehicle in remote areas, keep the following spare parts on hand to
assure continuous toilet system operation.
Description
Where used
Flush ball seal
VacuFlush toilet. See parts list.
Flush ball
VacuFlush toilet. See parts list.
Water valve (in foot pedal)
VacuFlush toilet. See parts list.
Vacuum switch kit
Vacuum tank or vacuum generator. See parts list.
Duckbill valves
Vacuum tank or vacuum generator. See parts list.
To order spare parts, refer to Customer Service section.
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VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
7.4
Maintenance/Winterizing/Service
During extended periods of non-use
Sanitation hoses should be cleared if toilet will not be needed for an extended period of time (more
than two weeks).
1. Fill toilet bowl with water and add 4 oz. (120 ml) of liquid biodegradable laundry detergent
(should NOT contain bleach).
2. Flush toilet, holding pedal down for about two minutes. Close flush ball.
3. Turn off water supply to toilet.
4. Flush the toilet without water, allowing the vacuum pump to shut off after the flush. Repeat three
times. (This procedure will minimize any remaining water in the sanitation hoses.)
5. Turn off power to the vacuum pump.
6. Completely pump out holding tank.
If system will be subjected to freezing temperatures, please follow above procedure, then winterize
system as described in this manual.
TURN OFF ELECTRICITY AND WATER TO TOILET SYSTEM IF IDLE FOR LONG TIME
If people will not be using the boat for a long time (vacation, maintenance, off-season, etc.), or in the
event of a long electrical power interruption, electrical power and water supply to the toilet system
should be shut off.
7.5
Clearing blockage in toilet base
1. Turn off water to the toilet.
2. Open the flush ball.
3. Pull the foreign material from the 1-inch diameter orifice at the bottom of the base or, using a
small diameter blunt rod, attempt to push the blockage through the orifice.
7.6Winterizing
At the end of each season, the VacuFlush toilet system should be winterized for storage. The
following procedure should be used:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pump out holding tank.
Thoroughly flush system with fresh water.
Drain freshwater tank.
Add freshwater antifreeze to freshwater tank.
Flush freshwater water antifreeze and water mixture through toilet and into the waste holding
tank. Each installation is different, so amounts may vary. User discretion is required to assure
adequate protection.
6. Empty holding tank.
Note
Use nontoxic antifreeze designated for potable water systems. (See boat or vehicle
owner’s manual.)
Caution
Never use automotive-type antifreeze in freshwater systems.
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Maintenance/Winterizing/Service
7.7
VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Troubleshooting guide
BASE ASSEMBLY
VACUUM
BREAKER
REAR VIEW,
VACUUM TOILET
CAP
WATER HOSE
CONNECTION
VACUUM BREAKER/BOWL CONNECTION
Problem
Possible Cause
Service Instruction
1.Water will not stay in bowl.
a.Loose clamp ring.
b.Improper seal around flush ball
due to dirt or debris on flush ball
or under flush ball seal.
c.Worn or damaged seal.
d.Worn or damaged flush ball.
a.Tighten clamp ring adjusting nut.
b.Inspect flush ball for foreign
debris. Clean flush ball and
underside of seal if needed.
c.Replace seal.
d.Replace flush ball.
2. Plastic flush ball will not close
completely.
a.Too much friction between flush
ball and ball seal.
a.Lubricate between flush ball and
ball seal with furniture polish or
cooking spray.
b.Loosen screws slightly.
c.Check spring tension by pushing
flush lever down, then release
it suddenly. If lever does not
snap back into position, replace
spring cartridge.
b.Water valve screws are too tight.
c.Defective spring cartridge.
3.Flush ball will not open.
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a.Broken shaft.
b.Shaft not fully engaged in the
spring cartridge.
a.Replace shaft.
b.Put pressure on shaft from under
the flush ball (pushing into spring
cartridge) until it engages. You
may have to rotate flush ball
until shaft lines up with square in
spring cartridge.
VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Problem
Maintenance/Winterizing/Service
Possible Cause
4.Water does not shut off in toilet
(toilet overflows).
5.Water does not enter toilet bowl
properly.
Service Instruction
a.Not enough clearance between
pedal and top of water valve
cap.
b.Dirt lodged in water valve seal.
a.Adjust cam strap so clearance is
.06 in. (1.5 mm) max.
a.Insufficient water flow rate at
toilet.
b.Water valve clogged.
a.Check water flow rate at toilet.
Rate should be 2 gpm (7.6 lpm).
b.Remove and clean screen
located at inlet of water valve.
c.Clean holes. If still a problem,
replace the toilet bowl.
c.Plugged rim wash holes in toilet.
b.Disassemble, clean water valve.
6.Lifting foot pedal does not add
water to the bowl.
a.Too much clearance between
pedal and top of water valve
cap.
a.Adjust cam strap so clearance is
.06 in. (1.5 mm) max.
7.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.
a.Replace water valve.
a.Worn or defective vacuum
breaker.
a.Remove cap (if applicable) from
vacuum breaker. Flush toilet. If
water leaks during flush, vacuum
breaker needs replaced.
b.Secure vacuum breaker
connections.
c.Replace toilet bowl.
8.Water leaking from rear of
toilet bowl.
b.Loose vacuum breaker or hose
clamp.
c.Cracked or defective toilet bowl.
9.Water is leaking from the base/
toilet connection.
a.Clamp ring may be loose.
10. Vacuum pump running too
often between flushes.
a.Water leaks out of bowl
between flush ball and ball seal.
b.Ball seals may be worn or
defective.
b.Vacuum line leak.
11. Vacuum pump will not
shut off.
a.A vacuum leak exists.
b.Insufficient vacuum (pump
creates less than 10 inches Hg).
PUMP SERVICE WARNINGS
WARNING –
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Turn off power before
servicing when power
isn’t required for test.
WARNING –
MOTOR STARTS
AUTOMATICALLY
Turn off power before
servicing.
c.Faulty vacuum switch (pump
creates more than 10 in. Hg).
d.Improper vacuum generator
wiring.
e.Bellows not pumping.
b.Insure that threads are not
cross-threaded and tighten.
c.Replace water valve.
d.Replace water valve.
a.Remove pedestal cover and
tighten the clamp ring.
b.Replace ball seals.
a.Leave small amount of water
in bowl. If water is sucked from
bowl, see problems 1 and 2.
b.Tighten all connections at toilet,
vacuum generator or vacuum
holding tank (including hose
clamps and threaded spin nuts).
If leak persists, contact
Customer Service.
a.See problem 9b.
b.Isolate pump and use vacuum
gauge to check vacuum levels.
Could be a plugged discharge
line or worn duckbill valves.
c.Replace vacuum switch.
d.Refer to wiring diagram to check
for proper wiring.
e.Tighten set screw in eccentric to
motor shaft if needed. Check for
damage to bellows and motor
shaft. Replace if necessary.
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Maintenance/Winterizing/Service
Problem
12. Vacuum pump will not run.
VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Possible Cause
a.No electrical power.
b.Loose or broken electrical
wiring.
c.Improper electrical connections.
d.Faulty vacuum switch.
e.Faulty motor.
f. Shut-down relay prevents
pumping.
13. Vacuum pump is running too
slow, overheating, blowing fuses
or circuit breaker.
a.Gear motor is worn, defective.
b.Plugged vent line or vent filter.
c.Blockage in discharge line.
d.Improper wire size.
e.Improper voltage.
f. Vacuum pump bellows clogged
with tissue.
14. Toilet will not flush.
(No vacuum.)
See problem 15
if necessary.
a.Blockage exists in system.
b.Pump will not run.
c.Duckbill valves in vacuum pump
are inverted due to blocked
discharge line or an attempt
to pump out against closed
seacock.
12
Service Instruction
a.Check input power, circuit
breaker and fuse.
b.Tighten or reconnect wires at
vacuum pump and tank, vacuum
generator, or vacuum holding
tank.
c.Make certain wires at vacuum
switch are connected to the “B”
terminals.
d.To check vacuum switch, short
across “B” terminals with jumper
wire.
e.Replace motor.
f. Empty the holding tank.
a.Check motor; replace if needed.
b.Disassemble and clean out vent
line. Replace vent filter if
necessary.
c.Disassemble and clean
discharge line. Be certain that inline valves (duckbill valves) and
seacock are in proper position.
d.Wire size too small. Check
electrical diagram for proper wire
size for voltage of pump.
e.Check input power for low
voltage.
f. Remove and clean bellows
assembly. (When flushing toilet,
using more water may alleviate
this problem.)
a.Open flush ball, check 1-inch
(25 mm) orifice at bottom of
base for blockage and dislodge
it. If blockage is not in base, it
may be found in:
• outlet of vacuum tank
• inlet of vacuum generator
• diptube of vacuum generator
• inlet of vacuum pump
b.See problem 12.
c.Replace duckbill valves, making
sure they point in the correct
direction.
VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Problem
15. Blockage between toilet and
vacuum generator.
Maintenance/Winterizing/Service
Possible Cause
a.Collapsed vacuum line.
b.Sharp bends or kinks in vacuum
hose.
c.Improper operation of toilet.
d.Foreign objects were flushed
down toilet.
16. Pump emits odor.
a.Loose or defective hose
connection on pump.
b.Loose intake or discharge
fittings on pump.
c.Worn, torn or punctured pump
bellows (vacuum generator) or
diaphragm (vacuum holding
tank).
Service Instruction
a.Inspect vacuum line for
collapsed condition. Replace if
needed.
b.Inspect vacuum hose for kinks
or bends. If less than 8.5 inches
(216 mm) radius on any bend,
reposition hose to achieve minimum 8.5-inch bend radius.
c.Make sure each person using
toilet knows correct procedure.
d.DO NOT flush non-dissolving
items (i.e. sanitary napkins, facial
tissue, wet strength tissue, paper
towels, etc.) or excessive toilet
tissue down toilet. SeaLand
brand toilet tissue is best.
a.Tighten connections or
replace hose and make new
connections.
b.Tighten intake or discharge
fittings on pump. Replace
nipples or adapters if necessary.
c.Replace pump bellows or
diaphragm.
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Warranty
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VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Warranty and product liability
North America and Rest of the World:
Manufacturer’s One-Year Limited Warranty
Dometic Corporation, Sanitation Division warrants to the original purchaser only that this product, if
used for personal, family or household purposes, is free from defects in material and workmanship
for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
If this SeaLand 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. ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO A PERIOD OF ONE 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 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 or
go to http://www.dometic.com for a dealer near you.
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VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Warranty / Customer Service
Europe:
Warranty and Customer Service
Warranty arrangements are in accordance with EC Directive 44/1999/CE and the normal conditions
applicable for the country concerned. For warranty or other service, please contact our SeaLand
Customer Service department. Any damage due to improper use is not covered by the warranty.
The warranty does not cover any modifications to the product or the use of non-original SeaLand
parts; the warranty does not apply if the installation and operating instructions are not adhered to
and no liability shall be entertained.
Product Liability
Product liability of Dometic Group and its subsidiary companies does not include damages which
may arise from: faulty operation; improper alterations or intervention in the equipment; adverse
effects from the environment which may impact the equipment itself or the direct vicinity of the
equipment or persons in the area.
To obtain warranty service, first contact your local dealer from whom you purchased this product or
go to http://www.dometic.com for a dealer near you.
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Customer service
There is a strong, worldwide network to assist in servicing and maintaining your toilet system.
For the Authorized Service Center near you, please call from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (ET)
Monday through Friday.
You may also contact or have your local dealer contact the Parts Distributor nearest you for
quick response to your replacement parts needs. They carry a complete inventory for the SeaLand
product line.
Telephone:
1 800-321-9886 U.S.A. and Canada
330-439-5550 International
Fax:
330-496-3097 U.S.A. and Canada
330-439-5567 International
Web sites:
http://www.Dometic.com
http://www.SeaLand-Online.com
Toilet model identification
The toilet model identification label is located on
the toilet base and will show the model number
and serial number. Remove pedestal cover to
locate identification label.
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VacuFlush Pedal-Flush Toilet
Convenience products for SeaLand toilet systems
Many marine dealers offer SeaLand deodorants, toilet tissue and other accessories to make using
and maintaining VacuFlush toilet systems as easy as possible.
SeaLand®
Rapid-Dissolving Toilet Tissue
Four 500-sheet rolls
Item No. 379441204
SeaLand®
Clean ‘n Green
Bowl Cleaner &
Tank Deodorant
12-2 oz. drop-in pouches
Item No. 379512602
SeaLand® Liquid
Tank Deodorant
Four 8-oz. bottles
Item No. 379700029
Dometic Group is a customer-driven, world-leading provider of
leisure products for the RV, automotive, truck and marine markets.
We supply the industry and aftermarket with a complete range
of air conditioners, refrigerators, awnings, cookers, sanitation
systems, lighting, mobile power equipment, comfort and safety
solutions, windows, doors and other equipment that make life more
comfortable away from home.
Dometic Group supplies a wide range of workshop equipment for
service and maintenance of built-in air conditioners. Dometic Group
also provides specially designed refrigerators for hotel rooms,
offices, wine storage and transport and storage of medical products.
Our products are sold in almost 100 countries and are produced
mainly in wholly-owned production facilities around the world.
® Registered; ™ Trademark of Dometic Corporation
© Dometic Corporation
600340066 03 11/13
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DOMETIC CORPORATION
SANITATION SYSTEMS
13128 SR 226 | PO BOX 38
BIG PRAIRIE, OHIO 44611 USA
www.Dometic.com
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