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Functional and stylish. Economical. Pump assembly is angled forward to provide natural smooth stroke action and convenient top mounted dry bowl selector is easy to operate. Pump and base can be assembled for left hand installation. External surfaces are smooth and have been contoured for easy cleaning. Base is fully skirted eliminating debris traps. External seal and rod guide is easily replaceable. Compact size bowl. 16-3/4" deep, 17-3/4" wide, 13-3/16" high. Replacement parts available. See Product Info tab for specific info.
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Easy to clean white ceramic bowl
Sturdy wood seat with durable baked enamel finish
Forward angled pump for easy operation
Convenient top-mounted dry bowl selector
External seal housing/rod guide for easy replacement
Extra large seal housing allows piston rod assembly to be removed without removing valve cover
Smooth external surfaces with skirted base to maintain cleanliness
Base of pump and valve cover are skirted to conceal gasket/flap valves
Triadic full-flow joker valve to avoid accidental blockage
Multi-angle discharge port for versatility of plumbing connection
Aortic joker valve for automatic back-flow prevention.
All fastenings face front or top for ease of maintenance.
Flexible design for both overboard discharge and holding tanks.
Corrosion resistant materials throughout for reliable fresh or salt water service.
13 1/4 H x 17 3/4 W x 16 L
13 1/2 H x 18 1/2 W x 19 5/16 L
Does Jabsco have an optional discharge elboe that is straight instead of a 45degree bend?
No, but that elbow can pivot to the position needed.
JD Tech Team
I need the base which fastens to the floor. I just received the Jabsco pump from you. what is the cost?
are you still there?
HiDo you have the base?
I need to replace the seat on my Jabsco Marine compact manual marine head - primarily the parts that connect it to the bowl. Can I order that part from Jabsco directly or through a distributor? What is the phone number or email address that I need?
It is only sold as a Toilet Seat, Lid, and Hinge set complete part # ITT-290971000
can water supply from holding tank in boat be used to supply water for flushing in place of seawater?
Yes, you could do that.
does jabsco have a footprint drawing for this compact manual toilet?
Janet,The Jabsco should fit but the bolt hole pattern will be different. Fill the old holes and drill new holes for the base.
i'm not on my boat so can't measure the existing conditions. my current toilet is a wilcox, which i understand is no longer made--correct me is i am wrong on that info. might the jabsco fit into the existing holes and placement or does it require significant changes? thanks, janet
These are the overall dimensions: Compact size bowl. 16-3/4" deep, 17-3/4" wide, 13-3/16" high.The footprint of the base is 17.72" long by 4.5" wide.The hole pattern is 8.86" x 2.76" x 4.33"
have an 1986 Bayliner with a compact toilet. Would parts from the 200 series fit the toilet or should I just get a new one? It does not pump water into the bowl.
Thanks, appreciate it
The head i replaced was matched by model number of my original toilet. Best to cross reference your old model number to model number of the replacement head. gl
I replaced a pump assembly on an island packet 31 sailboat. Bought everything new rather than parts to avoid problems. I suffer from lack of patience!
Jabsco marine toilet after flushed disposes of stools but after shut down refills with waste water. Seems can not close down to stop all holding tank water from reappearing? Please respond your thoughts
Hi Kenneth,I don't know how you have it plumbed in your boat, but the discharge line from the toilet should have a vented loop installed well above the level of the holding tank to prevent backflow. Also (if possible) the discharge hose should attach to a fitting at the top of the holding tank - not at the bottom. Good luck.
I have not had that experience. Make sure the joker valve has not gotten turned inside out.
I currently have a Jabsco compact toilet. Can I replace the compact bowl with the regular size?
It worked in my boat, Beneteau 35S5. The mounting holes are the same. But the bowl is distinctly longer to the front, and might require a little extra room in the back. I'd check the measurements, of course, But it should work.
I only replaced the pump assembly on mine. I would assume if all matched up there shouldn't be a problem with bowl size.
Im not sure. I actually purchased tbe pump only
My holding tank will be 4.5' above head. Will pump be able push waste up that high without damage to pump or have back flow issues?
I think it will, but be sure to install a vented loop between the toilet and the holding tank to prevent back flow. The loop should be as high as possible but definitely above the height of the tank.
What is the seacock?
A seacock is a thru hull fitting valve made either from Marelon (Marine grade UV resistant plastic) or bronze. Seacocks let in raw sea water to operate the toilet and open and close with a ball valve via a lever. Seacocks that fail are the reason a large majority of vessels sink so it's important to check and replace them. They should be double clamped with marine grade hose clamps and always use marine grade waste hose. You should seal them/bed them with 3M 5200 and make sure they have a square mounting block on the inboard side screwed and epoxy glued. Always shut off seacocks when you leave the boat and if you are sailing on a windward incline and at launch. They should be checked every winter! Good Luck! Tom/Ipswich MA
A seacock is NOT what a sailor uses on shore leave.It is the the closeable valve on a thru-hull opening.Such as the one that allows waste to pass out of the toilet into the sea.(Only used in open water for legal reasons).
Works great for 1 year
Installs easy and works great .... for 1 year then leaks appear in the pump housing. I asked around the marina and anyone who has this model has this issue. This is a poor design.
Cape Canaveral Florida
How far will the manual head pump? im trying to decide how far to put my holding tank from the head.
Poor marine design and const quality
Internal components are not designed for marine environment. Replacement parts costs as much as the price of a new unit, so do not bother to buy them. I replaced my existing Jabsco with a new unit. The new one failed to perform after a few uses, leaking used waters through the pump handle and returning used waters back into the bowl. This makes using TONS of water, filling the holding tank in no time.I would not recommend this to my enemy.
Fajardo, Puerto Rico
This manual toilet is the industry standard on most American boats today. It is manual and not electric so takes some work but will last forever if you replace the seals every once in a while. It is the best bang for your buck anywhere. The non-compact size is a little bigger but not worth the extra money for 3/4" of seat.