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This manual must be read and understood
before adjustment, service, or maintenance
is performed. Modification of this product
can result in property damage.
Dometic Corporation • SeaLand
13128 State Rt. 226, P.O. Box 38
Big Prairie, OH 44611-0038 USA
SeaLand Product Hotline 1-800-321-9886
(8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Page
Product Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Key System Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Toilet Model Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Toilet Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Proper Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Winterizing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Convenience Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Ordering Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Vacuum Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Service Tip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 9
Dimensional Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 13
Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Parts Distributors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Manufacturer’s One-Year Limited Warranty 16
WARNING – HIGH VOLTAGE SYSTEM.
Turn off electrical power before servicing.
WARNING – PUMP STARTS AUTOMATICALLY.
Turn off electrical power before servicing.
PRODUCT FEATURES
Dometic brings the technology, comfort and efficiency of EcoVac Sanitation Systems in an
easy-to-use and easy-to-maintain package.
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Freshwater Flush
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Efficient Design
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USCG Certified Type III Marine Sanitation Device.
No impellers or macerators – vacuum pump motor can run dry without burning up. No dynamic seals.
Vacuum tank and vacuum generator design eliminates clogging problems associated with other
systems.
Dispose of Sewage Conveniently and Safely
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Simple one-lever flush control. No complex instructions needed.
Comfortable adult-sized seat.
Large water surface maintains clean bowl.
Vitreous china bowl.
Reliability is Built-In
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Consumes a little over a pint of water per flush and allows boat owners to use a small waste tank.
The EcoVac system fills a 10-gallon tank in the same time that an electric toilet fills a 40-gallon
(113.6 liter) tank.
Uses only 4-6 amps per flush on 12VDC.
Delightful Operation
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Eliminates the unpleasant sulfide odors which plague saltwater systems.
Eliminates the need to draw flush water through the through-hull, seacock and vented loop.
Significantly extends life of system components by eliminating salt water and impurities from
accumulating in the system over time.
Toilet can be used without discharging sewage into sensitive waters.
Holding tank discharge is at a dockside pump or at sea with optional overboard discharge.
No portable toilet tanks to haul or dump.
Backed by the Best in Service and Quality
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The EcoVac system is from the leader in marine sanitation.
Worldwide parts availability and technical backup.
Dometic reserves the right to change specifications without notice.
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KEY SYSTEM COMPONENTS
VACUUM HOLDING TANK
SYSTEM
Vacuum Toilet: The EcoVac toilet operates in a way different from other marine toilets. EcoVac systems
use a small amount of water (a little more than a pint) per flush in addition to a simple vacuum. The toilet is
connected to a pressurized freshwater system. Fresh water is the key to an odor-free bathroom compartment. EcoVac toilets are equipped with an integral vacuum breaker which prevents the possible contamination of the potable water supply.
Vacuum Tank: The vacuum tank stores vacuum energy. System vacuum level is monitored by a vacuum
switch located on the vacuum tank. When this switch senses a drop in vacuum in the system, it automatically
signals the pump to energize and bring the vacuum to operating level. This process is normally completed in
less than one minute. In a properly operating system, the stored vacuum will leak down between flushes,
causing the vacuum pump to run for a short period.
Vacuum Pump: The vacuum pump is an electric, straight-through bellows type. It is manufactured of
long-lasting polypropylene and draws only 4 to 6 amps of current at 12 VDC. This unique pump design is both
an efficient air and liquid pump, and handles solids without a problem. It has two duckbill valves on each side
of the pump chamber.
Vacuum Generator: The vacuum generator combines the vacuum tank and vacuum pump in one unit. It
greatly reduces installation time and eliminates the hose run between the tank and pump. Its compact size
makes it especially well-suited to smaller crafts.
Vacuum Holding Tank: The vacuum holding tank combines the vacuum tank, vacuum pump and
holding tank. Refer to the Vacuum Holding Tank Owner’s Manual (Part No. 343026) for installation and troubleshooting information.
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TOILET MODEL IDENTIFICATION
DOMETIC CORPORATION
P.O. BOX 38, 13128 STATE RT 226 (800) 321-9886
BIG PRAIRIE, OH 44611 USA
000
000000
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NUMBER
The above label is located on the toilet base and will show the model number and serial number. If label is not
available, please refer to the Dimensional Specifications section for toilet model identification.
TOILET OPERATION
IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION
1. Fill freshwater tank and add deodorant to holding tank through toilet bowl.
(See System Start-Up section.)
2. Make sure all guests understand the operation of the EcoVac system and
the instruction label is in plain sight and easy for guests to read. If this
label is not included in this manual, please contact the SeaLand
Product Customer Service Department immediately.
3. Remember the vacuum pump starts automatically. Shut off the system before servicing and do not leave the
boat with toilet system breaker on.
4. Never use drain openers, alcohol, solvents, etc. in the system.
5. If the system 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.
SYSTEM START-UP
1. Turn on electrical power to system.
2. Flush water into system by depressing flush lever until water starts flowing to the vacuum pump, approximately
15 seconds. This wets the pump interior for efficient operation. If vacuum pump does not run, check for loose
electrical connections. Refer to the wiring diagram at the end of the Troubleshooting Guide section.
3. The vacuum pump will run for approximately 30 to 90 seconds until system reaches operating vacuum level and
then will shut off.
NORMAL OPERATION
1. To add water to the toilet before
using, raise flush lever until desired
water level is reached. Generally, more
water is required only when flushing
solids.
2. To flush toilet, press flush lever
sharply down to the floor until contents
clear bowl. A sharp popping noise is
normal when the vacuum seal is broken and flushing action begins. Be
sure to hold lever down for three (3)
seconds. If flush lever is accidentally
released before waste clears bowl, do
not attempt to flush toilet again until
vacuum pump stops running. A small
amount of water should remain in the
bowl after flushing.
3. Do not dispose of sanitary napkins
or other non-dissolving items in toilet,
such as facial tissue or paper towels.
These items can cause plugging of
the system.
NOTE: Make sure all guests understand the operation of the EcoVac toilet, and that the instruction label is easy to
read and in plain sight.
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PROPER CLEANING
The EcoVac toilet should be cleaned 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® Bowl and Seal Cleaner
(Fig. A). It’s manufactured especially for use with SeaLand toilets. In certain
locations where water is hard, a build-up of lime may dull the toilet bowl finish.
Restore the shine with this SeaLand cleaner. If you cannot find it in your area,
contact SeaLand for your nearest dealer. If the cleaner is not available, you
can also use Bar Keepers Friend® cleanser. It is not necessary to vigorously
scrub with either product. 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 Bowl and Seal Cleaner (Fig. B).
1. Shut off water supply.
2. Apply cleaner onto the seal cleaning tool (supplied with new toilet), 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.
Fig. B
WINTERIZING
At the end of each season, the SeaLand toilet should be winterized for
Fig. C
storage, by either draining or using potable water-safe antifreeze in the
system.
To drain:
1. Thoroughly flush system with fresh water.
2. Empty holding tank.
3. Shut off water supply to toilet(s), and remove inlet waterline (Fig. C).
Do not remove brass cap on bottom of valve.
4. Press flush lever until all water is drained from toilet(s).
To use antifreeze:
1. Drain potable water tank.
2. Add freshwater antifreeze to potable water tank.
3. Flush potable water antifreeze and water mixture through toilet(s) and into the waste holding tank. Each
installation is different, so amounts may vary. User discretion is required to assure adequate protection.
4. Empty holding tank.
NOTE: Use nontoxic antifreeze designated for potable water systems. (See vehicle owner’s manual.)
CAUTION: Never use automotive-type antifreeze in freshwater systems.
CONVENIENCE PRODUCTS
Your marine dealer has SeaLand deodorants, tissue and other accessories on hand to make using and maintaining
your EcoVac toilet system as easy as possible.
SeaLand® Liquid
Deodorant
Two 8-oz. bottles
Part No.
379224008
SeaLand®
Cleaner
16-oz. bottle
Part No.
379314016
SeaLand®
Rapid-Dissolving
Toilet Tissue
Four 400-sheet rolls
Part No.
379441204
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance intervals and normal parts replacement vary widely depending on numerous factors such as: type of
vessel, frequency of system use, quality of flushing water, etc. The chart below is intended strictly as a general
guideline. Owner discretion and consideration of actual usage must be the first basis for determining proper
maintenance levels.
Maintenance Procedure
Part Number
Approximate Maintenance Level
Follow cleaning procedures above.
Tighten all clamps, including base clamp ring.*
Check all wire connections.
Check & tighten water valve mounting screws.
Clean filter screen in water valve.
Check pump and in-line valves.
Check toilet seals.
Check vacuum breaker.
Check water valve.
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347802
316140
316906
314349
Monthly
Annually
Annually
Annually
Annually
2-3 years or as needed
3-5 years or as needed
3-5 years or as needed
3-5 years or as needed
*See Base Assembly - Page 7.
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 our Customer Service
Department to better meet your needs. When you call, we will direct you to the nearest stocking parts distributor.
1. Toilet Model Number
2. Serial Number
3. Part Number, Description and Quantity (See Parts Lists for information.)
VACUUM TESTER
Dometic has developed a simple tool to assist in
identifying the location of vacuum leaks. The vacuum
tester consists of a vacuum gauge and a cone-shaped
plug. Inserting the plug in the inlet of the vacuum
tank or generator isolates the toilet from the
system. In this way a troublesome leak can easily
be located in either system.
Order only the Vacuum Tester (Part Number 530002)
or as part of the complete system maintenance kit
(Part Number 310228).
Vacuum Tester
SERVICE TIP
Checking for leaks behind or under toilets or other appliances can make it difficult to locate the source. Dripping
water at room temperature makes it difficult to feel wetness. Taking four or five sheets of toilet tissue and wiping all
seams and waterline connections offers a simple means of locating the general area of the leakage. Start at the top
of the unit since gravity will cause a leak to run downward. When the tissue comes in contact with the leaking
water, it will immediately change texture.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
ADJUSTING NUT
BASE ASSEMBLY
BALL SEAL
REAR VIEW, VACUUM TOILET
FLUSH BALL
FLUSH PEDAL
VACUUM
BREAKER
WATER VALVE ASSEMBLY
CLAMP RING
HOSE
CONNECTION
TOP VALVE CAP
VALVE SEAT
FILTER SCREEN
SPRING
CARTRIDGE
WATER
VALVE
SCREWS
SHAFT
VALVE BODY
VACUUM BREAKER/BOWL CONNECTION
PEDAL
COVER
Problem
1. Water will not stay in bowl.
Possible Cause
Service Instructions
a. Loose clamp ring.
b. Improper seal around flush ball due
to dirt or debris on underside of ball
seal.
a. Tighten clamp ring adjusting nut.
b. Inspect flush ball and underside of
seal for foreign objects. Clean
under seal if needed (cleaning tool
available – p/n 600344236).
c. Replace seal.
d. Replace flush ball.
c. Worn or damaged seal.
d. Worn or damaged flush ball.
2. Plastic flush ball will not
close completely.
a. Too much friction between flush ball
and ball seal.
b. Water valve screws are too tight.
c. Defective spring cartridge.
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 original position, replace
spring cartridge.
3. Flush ball will not open.
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 slightly until
shaft lines up with square in
spring cartridge.
4. Water does not shut off in
toilet (toilet overflows).
a. Dirt lodged in water valve seal.
a. Disassemble and clean water
valve.
5. 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
at inlet of water valve.
c. Clean holes. If still a problem,
replace the toilet bowl.
b. Water valve clogged.
c. Plugged rim wash holes in toilet.
6. 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.
7
a. Replace water valve.
b. Insure that threads are not crossthreaded and tighten.
c. Replace water valve.
d. Replace water valve.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (cont’d)
Problem
7. Water leaking from rear of
toilet bowl.
Possible Cause
Service Instructions
a. Worn or defective vacuum breaker.
a. Remove vacuum breaker cover
and look into top of vacuum
breaker. Flush toilet. If water leaks
during flush, vacuum breaker
needs to be replaced.
b. Secure vacuum breaker connection.
c. Replace toilet bowl.
b. Loose vacuum breaker.
c. Cracked or defective toilet bowl.
8. Water is leaking from the
base/toilet connection.
a. Clamp ring my be loose.
b. Ball seals may be worn or defective.
9. Vacuum pump running too
often between flushes.
(See Vacuum Tester
Information on page 6.)
a. Water leaks out of bowl between
flush ball and ball seal.
10. Vacuum pump will not
shut off.
a. A vacuum leak exists.
b. Insufficient vacuum (pump creates
less than 10 inches Hg).
b. Vacuum line leak.
c. Faulty vacuum switch (pump
creates more than 10 inches Hg).
d. Improper wiring.
e. Bellows not pumping.
11. Vacuum pump will not run.
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.
12. Vacuum pump is running too
slow, overheating, blowing
fuses or circuit breaker.
a. Gear motor is worn or 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.
8
a. Remove plastic base cover (on
applicable models) 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
leaks persists, contact SeaLand
Product Customer Service.
a. See problem 8b.
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. See wiring diagram to check for
proper wiring.
e. Tighten set screw in eccentric to
motor shaft. Otherwise, check for
damage to bellows and motor
shaft. Replace if necessary.
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. Be sure wires at vacuum switch
are connected to “B” terminals.
d. Check vacuum switch. Short across
“B” terminals with jumper wire.
e. Replace motor.
f. Empty the holding tank.
a. Check motor and replace if
necessary.
b. Disassemble and clean out vent
line. Replace vent filter if
necessary.
c. Disassemble and clean discharge
line. Be certain that in-line 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 used.
e. Check input power for low voltage.
f. Remove and clean bellows
assembly. (When flushing toilet,
use of more water may alleviate
this problem.)
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (cont’d)
Problem
13. Toilet will not flush.
(No vacuum.)
See problems 3 and 14
if necessary.
Possible Cause
Service Instructions
a. There is a blockage in the system.
a. Open flush ball and check the 1inch (25mm) orifice at the bottom
of the base for blockage and
dislodge it. Never use drainopening or other household
plumbing chemicals.
If blockage is not in base, it may be
found in these locations:
• inlet of vacuum generator
• diptube of vacuum generator
• inlet of vacuum pump
• outlet of vacuum tank
b. See problem 11.
c. Replace duckbill valves, making
sure they point in the correct
direction.
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.
14. Blockage between toilet and
vacuum generator.
a. Collapsed vacuum line.
b. Sharp bends or kinks in vacuum
hose.
c. Improper operation of toilet.
d. Foreign objects were flushed
down toilet.
15. 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).
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a. Inspect vacuum line for collapsed
condition and replace line if needed.
b. Inspect vacuum hose for kinks or
bends. If less than 8.5-inches
(216mm) 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 any non-dissolving
items (i.e. sanitary napkins, facial
tissue, wet strength tissue, paper
towels, etc.) or excessive toilet
tissue. Rapid-dissolving 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.
DIMENSIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
ECOVAC
TOILET
VACUUM
GENERATOR
VACUUM
PUMP
VACUUM
HOLDING TANK
VACUUM TANK
PARTS LIST
Item
Part No.
Description
1
385344436
385344437
385310676
385310781
385310677
600343534
385310685
Seat Assembly, White
Seat Assembly, Bone
China Bowl, White
China Bowl, Bone
Teflon® & Rubber Seal Kit
Ring, EcoVac Base
EcoVac Right-hand Discharge Base Kit
(includes items 3 – 12), White
EcoVac Left-hand Discharge Base Kit
(includes items 3-12), White
EcoVac Rear Discharge Base Kit
(includes items 3 – 12), White
EcoVac Right-hand Discharge Base Kit
(includes items 3 – 12), Bone
EcoVac Left-hand Discharge Base Kit
(includes items 3 – 12), Bone
EcoVac Rear Discharge Base Kit
(includes items 3 – 12), Bone
Mounting Kit, White
Mounting Kit, Bone
Discharge Kit, Right-Rear
Discharge Kit, Left
Flush Pedal (includes item 10), White
Flush Pedal (includes item 10), Bone
Water Valve Kit
Spring Cartridge Kit
Ball, Shaft & Cartridge Kit (includes item 10)
Ring & Half Clamp Kit, White
Ring & Half Clamp Kit, Bone
Supply Hose, White
Supply Hose, Bone
Vacuum Breaker Kit
Vacuum Breaker Cover Kit, White
Vacuum Breaker Cover Kit, Bone
ECOVAC TOILET
2
3
4
5
385310975
385310686
385310783
385310976
385310784
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
10
385310679
385310785
385310680
385310936
385310682
385310786
385314349
385310683
385310681
385310025
385310048
600345377
600340177
385310687
385310696
385310782
PARTS LIST (cont’d)
VACUUM GENERATOR
Item
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
600340237
600343027
600342804
600341506
600344087
600342332
600341503
385310151
600340664
600343006
600347807
600342783
600342779
385310539
600342782
600342778
385310540
600347802
Description
Pan Phillips Head Screw, #4 x 3/8", SS
Flat Washer, .312" OD x .030 Thick, SS
Motor/Switch Cover
Pump Top Closure
Flat Washer, #10 x 5/8" OD, SS
Hex Washer Head Screw, #10-32 x ½", SS
Hex Washer Head Screw, #10-32 x 7/8", SS
O-Ring Kit
Bushing
Shoulder Screw, ½ x .687 x 3/8-16
Bellows Clamp
3-3/4" Diameter Worm Gear Clamp
O-Ring, 3" ID x 3 ¼" OD
Diptube Assembly Kit (includes item 13)
2 ½" Diameter Worm Gear Clamp
O-Ring, 2" ID x 2-1/4" OD
Vacuum Switch Kit (includes items 15, 16)
Duckbill Valve
Item Part No.
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
31A
32
11
600342789
600342467
600346795
385310635
600342932
385310542
600347800
600347801
600341504
385230980
600344470
600347788
385310245
385310246
600342798
385310774
385310775
Description
1 ½" NPT Close Nipple
¼-20 x ¾" Hex Head Screw, SS
Flat Washer, .625" OD x .281" ID x .050
Inlet Elbow Kit (includes item 23)
1 ½" Uniseal®
Vacuum Generator Tank
Valve Nipple
Valve Adapter
Pump Body
Bellows Assembly (includes item 9)
Pump Eccentric
¼-28 x 5/16" Set Screw, ½ Dog Point
12 VDC Motor Kit
24 VDC Motor Kit
Mounting Spindle
Kit, VG Pump Assembly, 12VDC
Kit, VG Pump Assembly, 24VDC
PARTS LIST (cont’d)
VACUUM HOLDING TANK
Item
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
600340488
600343025
385310635
600342932
385310626
385310627
600343023
600347800
600347802
385310628
11
12
13
600342779
600342783
385310629
14
15
16
17
18
600340424
600343657
600342958
600340423
600342798
Description
Item Part No.
Screw, #6 x 3/8" Pan Phillips Head
Cover, Vacuum Holding Tank
Inlet Elbow Kit (includes item 4)
1-1/2" Uniseal®
Switch Assembly Kit (includes item 4)
Vacuum Relief Valve Kit (includes item 7)
2" Uniseal®
1-1/2" Valve Nipple
1-1/2" Duckbill Valve
Diptube Assembly Kit – Elbow
(includes items 8, 9, 11 and 12)
O-Ring, 3" x 3-1/4" x 1/8"
3-3/4" Stainless Steel Clamp
Full Level Indicator Kit
(includes items 14 - 17)
Lock Ring
Reed Switch Stem, Barbed
1/2" Uniseal®
Reed Switch Float
Mounting Spindle
12
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
385310630
385310664
600343712
385310631
600343018
600343019
385310723
600347785
600342994
600346634
385310633
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
600340860
600343711
600343017
600343053
385318714
600343713
600346249
Description
Vacuum Holding Tank – Machined
Air Pump Motor
Motor Mounting Bracket
Connecting Rod Kit (includes items 21, 22)
Set Screw, #8-32 x 1/2"
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/2"
Valve Replacement Kit
Screw, #10-32 x 3/8" Hex Head
Diaphragm Plate
Nut, #10-32 Hex Head
Air Pump Body Kit (includes items 28, 29,
34 - 36)
Rubber Check Valve Seat
Bottom Plate
Screw, #10-32 x 2" Pan Phillips Head
Relay, SPDT 12VDC 40/30 Amp
“Do Not Flush” panel (sold separately)
Gasket
Washer, #10 Internal Lock
PARTS LIST (cont’d)
VACUUM PUMP
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
600340237
385640239
600341502
600342332
385310151
600340664
600343006
600347807
600347802
385310076
600347801
600341489
385230980
Description
Cover Screw, #4 x 3/8" Pan Hd SS
Pump Cover
Top Closure
Hex Head Screw, #10-32 x ½" SS
O-Ring Replacement Kit
Bushing, Bellows
Hex Head Shoulder Screw, Brass
Bellows Clamp
Valve Nipple
1 ½" Duckbill Valve
Valve Adapter
Pump Body
Bellows Assembly (includes item 6)
Item Part No.
14
15
16
16A
17
-
600347788
600344470
385310245
385310246
600341503
385310249
Description
Set Screw, ¼ -28 x 5/16"
Eccentric
12VDC Motor Kit
24VDC Motor Kit
Hex Washer Head Screw #10-12 x 7/8" SS
Not Shown
Pump Assembly, less motor (includes items 3, 5,
6, 8 - 13)
VACUUM TANK
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
307341513
307341161
600348037
385318032
600346835
600348361
385310017
Description
Insert Adapter
Street Elbow
Vacuum Switch Cover
Vacuum Switch Assembly
Snap Lock Clamp
Mounting Bracket
Vacuum Tank Kit (includes 2 ea. Item 1 and 1 ea. Item 2)
VACUUM PUMP
VACUUM TANK
13
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VACUUM PUMP
VACUUM GENERATOR
VACUUM HOLDING TANK
14
PARTS DISTRIBUTORS
There is a strong, worldwide network to assist in servicing and
maintaining your EcoVac 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 write us at Dometic Corp.,
PO Box 38, Big Prairie, Ohio 44611.
Telephone:
1 800-321-9886 U.S.A. and Canada
330-496-3211 International
U.S.A.
MASTER SANITATION
DISTRIBUTORS
U.S.A. – North Central
(IL, IN, KY, MI, OH)
Midwest Marine Supply
24300 Jefferson Ave.
St. Clair Shores, MI 48080
Tel:
586-778-8950
800-860-1540
Fax: 586-778-6108
E-mail:
midwestmarine@yahoo.com
Contact: Bob Kennedy
U.S.A. - Northeast
(CT, DE, DC, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ,
NY, PA, RI, VA, VT, WV)
Northeast Marine Sanitation
69 Florida Street
Farmingdale, NY 11735
Tel:
631-752-7606
800-352-4323
Fax: 631-752-7615
888-283-7606
E-mail: northeast@
northeastsanitation.com
Contact: Mike Starito
U.S.A. – Upper Midwest
(IA, MN, NE, ND, SD, WI)
PowerHouse Marine
518 Logan
La Crosse, WI 54603
Tel: 608-784-9580
888-752-4539
Fax: 608-784-8422
E-mail:
dave@powerhousemarine.com
Contact: Dave Tucker
U.S.A. – Northern California
Fox Marine
2250 Zanker Road, Unit D
San Jose, CA 95131
Tel: 408-451-9055
800-826-2873
E-mail: foxmarco@pacbell.net
Contact: Charlie Barker
INTERNATIONAL
DISTRIBUTORS
Argentina
Trimer S.A.
Del Arca 55, B1646 AA
San Fernando
PCIA, De Buenos Aires
U.S.A. - Northwest
Tel:
5411 4580 0444
(AK, ID, MT, OR, WA, WY)
Fax: 5411 4580 0440
E-mail: trimer@trimer.com.ar
Marine Sanitation, Inc.
1900 N. Northlake Way, Suite 121 Contact: Carlos Friedlander
or Pablo Villar
Seattle, WA 98103
Tel:
206-633-1110
Australia
800-624-9111
Dometic Pty Ltd
Fax: 206-633-0317
6 Treforest Drive
E-mail: marinesan@
Clayton, Victoria 3168
mindspring.com
Contact: Ric Kolb
PO Box 1140
Clayton South, Victoria 3169
U.S.A. - South Central
(AR, KS, LA, MO, MS, NM, OK, TX) Tel: (03) 9545 5655
Fax: (03) 9545 5966
AER Supply
Email:
P.O. Box 349
dometic@dometic.com.au
2301 Nasa Road #1
Contact: Petra Bach
Seabrook, TX 77586
Tel: 281-474-3276
Austria
800-767-7606
Ocean Marine
Fax: 281-474-2714
E-mail: rsmiller@aersupply.com See Germany
Contact: Richard Miller
Belgium
U.S.A. - Southeast
(AL, FL, GA, NC, PR, SC, TN, VI)
Auerhaan B.V.
See The Netherlands
Environmental Marine
111 S.W. 23rd Street, Suite A
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
Tel: 954-522-2626
800-522-2656
Fax: 954-522-5152
E-mail:
info@environmentalmarine.com
Contact: John or Jill Hopkins
Canada - East
Eastern Marine Systems, Inc.
12-A Leslie Street
Toronto, Ontario M4M 3H7
Tel: 416-465-1668
888-764-1111
Fax: 416-465-2098
E-mail: info@eastmar.com
Contact: Paul Gales
U.S.A. - Southwest
(AZ, CO, NV, UT, CA-south)
Canada - West
Ardemco Marine Specialties
778 West 17th Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Tel: 949-722-7672
800-253-0115
Fax: 949-642-9582
E-mail: ardemco@earthlink.net
Contact: Rick Glasser
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.
Fax:
330-496-3097 U.S.A. and Canada
330-496-3220 International
Caribbean
Italy
Sardenia and Sicily
Budget Marine
P.O. Box 434
25B Waterfront Road
Cole Bay, Philipsburg
St. Maarten
Netherlands Antilles
Tel: 599 5 43134
Fax: 599 5 44409
Contact: Jackie Leech
SVAMA Nautica s.r.l.
Via Del Lavaro 25/A2
48015 Montaletto Di Cervia
(Ravenna)
Tel:
390 544 965689
Fax:
390 544 965734
E-mail: svama-nautica@
svama-nautica.com
Contact: Claudio Casadio
Japan
SVAMA Nautica
See Italy
Denmark
Dometic Origo AB
See Sweden
Finland
Nautikulma Oy
Lantinen Pitkakatu 33
20100 Turku
Tel:
358 2 250 3444
Fax: 358 2 251 8470
E-mail:
nautikulma@kolumbus.fi
Contact: Teppo Siltala
France
Kent Marine Equipment
3 rue de la Dutee - BP 207
44815 Saint-Herblain
Tel: 33 2 40 92 15 84
Fax: 33 2 40 92 13 16
Contact: Luc Tavolini
Germany
Ocean Marine
Wendenstrasse 429
20537 Hamburg
Tel: 49 (0) 40 219 1042
Fax: 49 (0) 40 219 1114
E-mail: info@oceanmarine.de
Contact: Thorsten Lentz
Greece
Tominaga & Co., Ltd.
2-6-8 Nishitenma
Kita-ku, Osaka 530
Tel: 81 (06) 365 5010
Fax: 81 (06) 365 6294
E-mail: nishi@mail.tomco.jp
Contact: A. Tatsumi
Spain, Balearic & Canary
Islands
Auerhaan B.V.
See The Netherlands
The Netherlands
Sweden
Auerhaan B.V.
P.O. Box 22, 8200 AA Lelystad
Platinastraat 15
8211 AR, Lelystad
Tel:
31 (0) 320-286171
Fax:
31 (0) 320-286170
E-mail: accessoires@
auerhaan.nl
Contact: Bert van Loenen
Dometic Origo AB
Söndrumsvägen 35
SE-302 39 Halmstad, Sweden
Tel: 46 (0) 35 17 57 00
Fax: 46 (0) 35 17 57 10
E-mail: info@origosweden.com
Contact: Johan Edlund
Luxembourg
Netherlands Antilles
Budget Marine
P.O. Box 434
25B Waterfront Road
Cole Bay, Philipsburg
St. Maarten
Tel: 599 5 43134
Fax: 599 5 44409
Contact: Jackie Leech
New Zealand
Hong Kong
Norway
Funcle Ltd.
G/F, 81D, Pak Shek Terrace
Clearwater Bay Road
Sai Kung
Tel: 852 2335 0482
Fax: 852 2335 0580
Contact: Alan Reid
Dometic Origo AB
See Sweden
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Marina Yacht Services Pte.Ltd.
No. 10 Tuas West Drive
#01-01 to 04 Raffles Marina
Singapore 638404
Tel: 65 862 4320
Fax: 65 862 4431
Contact: Johnny Lim
Dahlberg Sociedad Anonima
Nicolau de Pacs, 32
07006 Palma de Mallorca
Tel:
34 971 774751
Fax: 34 971 771458
E-mail: sealand@
dahlberg-sa.com
Contact: Rosa Dahlberg
Amaltheia
13 Papaflessa Str.
143 43 N. Halkidona
Athens-Greece
Tel: 30 (210) 25 88 985
Fax: 30 (210) 25 88 986
E-mail: amalmar@otenet.gr
Contact: Dimitris Kyriazes
Western Marine Company
1494 Powell Street
Vancouver, BC V5L 5B5
Tel:
604-253-7721
800-663-0600
Fax: 604-253-2656
800-663-6790
E-mail: sales@
westernmarine.com
Contact: Bill Falk
Singapore
Lusty & Blundell Ltd.
38 Tawa Drive
Albany, Auckland
Tel: 64 (09) 415 8303
Fax: 64 (09) 415 8304
Contact: Mike Harris
Philippines
Solid Sales Philippines
31 Horseshoe Drive
Banawa Hills, Cebu City 6000
Tel:
63 32 255 3002
Fax: 63 32 255 3001
E-mail: ssphils@
cebu.pw.net.ph
Contact: Andy Y. Lim
Switzerland
Ocean Marine
See Germany
Taiwan
Mercury Marine Supply
No 488
Ming Chuan 2nd Road
Chyan Jenn District
806 Kaohsiung
Tel: 886 (07) 331 7293
Fax: 886 (07) 332 4232
E-mail: mms46654@
ms16.hinet.net
Contact: Mercury Liu
Turkey
Marina Deniz Araclari
Fener Kalamis CAD. No:75
Fenerbahce 81030
Istanbul
Tel: 90 (0) 216 338 14 41
Fax: 90 (0) 216 337 44 92
E-mail: aylan@superonline.com
Contact: Isik Aylan
United Kingdom
Lee Sanitation
Fenny Compton
Wharf Road, Warwickshire
CV47 2FE
Tel: 44 (0) 1295 770000
Fax: 44 (0) 1295 770022
E-mail: sales@leesan.com
Contact: Chris Coburn
MANUFACTURER’S ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Dometic Corporation warrants, to the original purchaser only, that this product, if used for personal, family or
household-like purposes, and if installed according to Dometic’s recommended procedures, is free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
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. 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 may vary from state to
state.
To obtain warranty service, first contact your local dealer from whom you purchased this product.
Dometic Corporation • SeaLand
13128 State Rt. 226, P.O. Box 38
Big Prairie, OH 44611-0038 USA
330-496-3211
1-800-321-9886 • Fax: 330-496-3097
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© Dometic Corporation
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