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Built-In Casette Toilet

This video covers Troubleshooting the Built-In Cassette Toilet Option on a Four Wheel Pop-Up Truck Camper.

Video Transcription:

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this is just going to be a quick video
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on cassette toilet built-in option for a
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cassette toilet inside the four-wheel
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pop up campers different models have
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different features different doors
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different pillars our flatbed models the
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water comes directly from the water tank
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into the cassette toilet itself this
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particular model is a front dinette
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regular sliding unit so the water fill
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is back here stick your garden hose in
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here and fill it up to the top line
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inside of there now wait oh it’s full
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for flushing water you can close that
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lock in that’s the only thing this door
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does it’s just a filler for your fresh
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water to flush the toilet from the
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inside after you’ve used the toilet
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there’s two buttons here push those
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buttons at the same time the door will
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come open cassette is built in here it’s
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locked in there and underneath here
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there’s a little handle so just slide
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your fingers back in here pinch it just
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pinch it lift up and it’ll slide right
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out this is all of your waste this is an
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airtight watertight container to dump it
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there’s handles you take your cap off
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you can set that aside and you can dump
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it in a restroom dump RV dump station in
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the ground then you can put a little bit
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of fresh water in here slosh it around
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rinse it out dump it out again go ahead
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and close that up there’s chemicals that
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you can also put in here usually about a
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maybe an ounce of blue blue chemicals
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that come with these that goes inside
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you put it in this tube with a little
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bit of just a little bit of fresh water
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and then from there you’ll slide this
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back in there close the door and you’re
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ready for your next trip will go inside
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next and I’ll show you the see the flash
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and trap out this is the inside four
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wheel camper cassette toilet built in
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this is optional on the front dinette
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there’s a countertop up here and a
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curtain that covers us during the day we
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flipped it up there you have storage up
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here for shower curtains and toiletries
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more storage in here propane tanks are
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behind this this is your fresh water
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filling your seat and your seat is on a
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swivel so you can twist that seat
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lift it up sit normally legs out in the
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aisle way flushing water is here and
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it’s done by a hand pump on this
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particular model each camper it’s a
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little different friend dinette this is
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the style toilet we install on a flatbed
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camper next door we have a different
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space requirement so we use a toilet
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that’s built-in it has an electric flush
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doesn’t have the hand pump on the
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flatbed this one’s pretty easy to use
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you have a seat
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me and see back down in here there’s a
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flap there’s a waterproof air tight flap
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seal and that handle is right back here
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it’s hidden and if you reach your hand
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back here you can open and close that
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flap what a lot of customers will do in
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the RV world camping or ease-of-use like
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your toilet at home it’s good idea to
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have a little water in the bowl so
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they’ll keep that flap closed they’ll
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give it a few flushes so you have a
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couple of inches of water in there take
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care of their business and then they’ll
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open their flap here let everything go
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down in there give it a couple flushes
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close that flap it’s clean you have an
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airtight seal again close the lid so a
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little over and then if you want privacy
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you can fold over the counter top bring
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your curtain down simple toilet it’s
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comfortable it’s built in goes goes a
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little bit longer use
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because the holding tanks bigger than a
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porta potti your Cosette is outside this
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is what we showed you earlier so your
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waste is going into the cassette your
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freshwater flushing is up here see flap
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valve to let everything go down into the
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tank lockable water fill outside only
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thing to do in the wintertime just
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winterize it give it enough flushes
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where this this water tank is empty
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empty your cassette toilet down here and
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that’s the the best thing you can do if
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you can get as much water out of the
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tank
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as much water out of the holding area
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and as much water the little residue of
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water in the water lines and store it
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empty in the winter that’s the best way
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for having less problems with frizzy

We wish for health, for you and your families in 2021.

 

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