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Author Topic: Kitchen/Bathroom design questions  (Read 3568 times)
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« Reply #30 on: February 04, 2010, 03:20:47 PM »

I'm not saying don't put your toilet over the tank, I'm saying that if you do it won't be any problem. I have no idea why the PO placed my toilet so far from the tank? He did a bunch of other pretty puzzling things also, but if you do a conversion you can do it any way you want I guess? It is obviously cheaper and easier to put it right over the tank, saves a bunch of plumbing. There was plenty of space to place it over the tank?

The one thing I do like about it is having the toilet drain go into the bottom of the tank and exposing the toilet flapper opening to much less waste surface area.

Water usage is not a big problem for us because we seldom dry camp, we mostly travel, which calls for a much different layout. With reasonable water use we usually go 3-4 days before having to dump.
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