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Jabsco Quiet Flush Electric Toilets
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Jabsco Quiet Flush Toilet
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aRE THESE FRESH WATER FED TOILETS (BOAT'S WATER TANK) OR BY USE OF SESA WATER?

Asked on 06/20/2013 by Allan Mactier

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Mine are salt water flush. They use a lot of water, so I would assume fresh water flush would be impractical.

Answered on 06/21/2013 by WESLEY GARNER
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These are fresh water toilet systems, fed from the internal tanks.

Answered on 06/20/2013 by JOHN MCDONALD

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I BELIEVE THEY CAN USE EITHER FRESH ORSEA WATER. I HAVE HAD A BOAT USING SEA WATER AND DID NOT LIKE IT--MINE IS HOOKED UP W/FRESH WATER AND IT WORKS GREAT--BUT IT IS NOT "SILENT"!

Answered on 06/20/2013 by JAMES CRANE
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The bowl on my Quiet Flush filled up with water and spilled over during the night. Any idea on what may have caused this?

Asked on 08/27/2012 by king k

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It appears your 12v solenoid has stuck in the open position. I have experieneced this issue in the past as either debris in the water system that causes the valve seat not to close or the mechanics of the solenoid just did not allow the valve to close completely. I have found exercising the push button several times that controls the solenoid or tap the solenoid with a tool to free the valve stem from the magnetic coil. Worst case, replace 12 volt solenoid. Another safety feature, install and in-line shut off valve in the water supply line just before the head, allowing last resort defeat of overfilling the bowl from a failed solenoid closure. Hope this helps. Tom

Answered on 08/28/2012 by TOM LANUM
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I just installed a Y-valve and a 1" vented loop on this toilet. Any special precautions I should take with these add ons?

Answered on 10/22/2012 by king k

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If the solenoid in the Quiet Flush system becomes defective, it will allow water to leak into the bowl, causing the overflow. Replace the solenoid and the leak will stop immediately.

Answered on 10/14/2012 by JOHN MCDONALD
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I have a model 37072-0090 motor / maserator that is very noisey. Will this Quiet flush 37072-0092 fit my toilet & be much quieter?

Asked on 03/04/2012 by Undisclosed

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I HAVE AN EARLIER MODEL AND AGREE THAT IT IS NOISY. I HAVE NOT YET COMPLETED THE INSTALLATION OF MY NEW ONE. WHEN COMPLETE, I WILL RESPOND TO YOU AS TO WHETHER IT IS QUIETER.

Answered on 04/18/2012 by JAMES CRANE
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THIS IS MY SECOND JABSCO "QUIET FLUSH" TOILET TO GO INTO MY BOAT--I WASN'T SURE IF MY OLD ONE (3 YEARS OLD) WAS A QUIET FLUSH--BUT I JUST CONNECTED IT YESTERDAY--THE NEW ONE IS NO QUIETER THAN THAN THE OLDER ONE!! THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT I HAVE NOT HAD ONE BIT OF TROUBLE WITH THE 3 YEAR OLD--I GUESS I JUST NEED TO LIVE WITH THE NOISE---BUT WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT IT--IT IS MASCERATING--NOT JUST FLUSHING AS IN MY HOME TOILET!!!

Answered on 04/20/2012 by JAMES CRANE

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I have only installed it over the winter and have not commissioned the boat for the season yet, therefore I can not answere the question.

Answered on 03/06/2012 by DENNIS CONNOLLY
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Is the 37072-0092 Macerator Replacement Quiet-Flush a spare part for the 37045-1092 Toilet? If so is it sold seperately

Asked on 08/06/2018 by M/V Aloi from Houma, LA

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Please see the attached link, it has the exploded view and part numbers for replacements. http://www.xylemflowcontrol.com/files/37045_43000-0618-GB.pdf. Please do not hesitate to call one of our techs or sales associates at (800) 497-0010 to help you get the right parts as well.

Answered on 08/06/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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can the bowl be rotated 90 degrees?

Asked on 04/09/2014 by Dona Greeley

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Yes, They can rotate CW or CCW. I have ours 90 degrees CW and works fine.

Answered on 04/10/2014 by GARY MCGONAGLE
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