Thetford manufacture Aqua-Magic V toilets designed to install easily in your RV.
Includes 1 High Profile Toilet With Hand Flush Control And Textured Lid
Redesigned Model Flushes Easier And Provides Full-Bowl Coverage
Half Press Adds Water, Full Press Activates Flush
Lightweight, Easy-To-Install And Service
17-13/16"L x 15-1/8"W x 18-1/2"H Actual Dimensions
17-1/2"H Seat Height
Limited 1-Year Manufacture Warranty
Caution: Do Not Use Stiff Brushes Or Homemade Products To Clean Or Lubricate The Valve And Seal As These Products May Damage The Seals Surface. Thetford Recommends Aqua-Clean And Toilet Seal Lubricants
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