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Dometic High Profile 300 Gravity Flush Toilet
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Dometic High Profile 300 Gravity Flush Toilet is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 61.
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Dometic High Profile 300 Gravity Flush Toilet

Dometic High Profile 300 Gravity Flush Toilet is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 61.
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Item No. 630044
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Enjoy the comforts of home in your RV with the white Dometic 300 High-Profile Gravity-Flush Toilet.

The full-size seat and standard-height pedestal of this residential-style toilet make it a perfect choice for campers and other small pleasure vehicles. The powerful triple-jet action flush removes waste completely something many other RV toilets can't match. This lightweight contemporary-style toilet replaces any standard-height RV toilet not installed on a raised platform: straight 2-bolt style toilets; 4-bolt style toilets; or angled 2-bolt style toilets. (Some installations may require a Dometic floor flange adapter kit - sold separately.) Weight: 11.4 lbs. One-year limited warranty.

Features: Full-size toilet seat; standard-height pedestal. Triple-jet action flush removes waste completely. Foot-pedal operation; adjustable water level. Innovative drop-away ball and valve system
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  • Polypropylene Plastic: Durable, Strong and Very Lightweight
  • Efficient foot-pedal operation with adjustable water level
  • Innovative drop-away ball and valve system (ball seal is easily changed without requiring any tools)
  • Pedal cover and base shroud are incorporated into the new pedal and base design (not separate) resulting in easier installation
  • Ultra-lightweight contemporary/residential style
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lousy toilet This toilet came with my new camper. I have taken this toilet off the base twice and the dealer once- does not want to seal. The toilet smells something terrible (camper is not even a year old). As other say, it squeaks like the devil- everyone in the camper and at the campfire knows you are on it. The grommet on the bottom will not seal properly- with the two screws on the side to tighten it down, it still rocks back and forth on the seal and leaks gas. First time I thought I had tightened too loose, so cranked it down- when I took off today the seal had crimped next to the screw and there was an obvious gas path.
Date published: 2019-06-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An okay toilet I was in a rush ordering and thought I'd ordered a porcelain bowl. This will work but it's squeaky as heck and makes me think it's going to fall apart. The upper rim of the base snaps in under the uppermost base which the seat rests on. This can snap out of place and I'm not a heavy person. The other con is that the circulating flush jet does not reach the front area. This is where where you need rinsing the most. I ordered the optional hand wand to counter that problem and will play with the water pressure. I've had better toilets than this one but also spent a lot more too. Not a bad toilet for the money but if you can splurge, get a porcelain upgrade which won't squeak and will feel solid.
Date published: 2018-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Standard equipment with my RV travel trailer This toilet in bone color came standard with my small RV TT. Feels very solid and sturdy as I'm around 175 lbs. Triple jet rinse flushing action does OK. Don't need the optional rinse sprayer as my shower wand is just a few feet away. Some YouTuber who fancies himself an RV expert has a thing against plastic toilets, but to me they're good enough. May upgrade to a porcelain model if replacement is required later. So far very satisfied with the 300 Dometic lightweight toilet.
Date published: 2018-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Only one issue I love this toilet. No more bending over to flush like I did with the Thetford model it replaced. I installed a shutoff valve in the supply line since I had to turn the water off for the swap-out. I also had to rework the line to the new toilet; this, however, is not a fault of Dometic: I very likely would have had to do all this for all but an exact replacement unit. My only issue is I have to keep the shut-off valve partially closed to throttle the water flow. At full-open water tended to splash out from under the front of the seat. Not having a means to adjust the water flow, builtinto the water valve, is a minor design flaw that was easy for me to compensate for. I would most definitely buy another one of these toilets.
Date published: 2012-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Replacing a Thertford IV Toilet with a Dometic 300 Toilet I replaced the Thertford IV toilet with the Dometic 300. I liked the extra height and the foot flush plus the price was very good. This was a little frustrating not going to a standard toilet line and only a note saying you may need special fittings. Just tell us the camode has 1/2" MPT Inlet and the extra parts would be easy to figure out. My line was 1/2"OD so it would fit a 1/2" Polyline Coupler Adapter. I bought a 1/2"MPT, 90deg. PVC Threaded Elbow and a Coupler/Adapter at the hardware store. I use Teflon Tape on all Male Fittings and screwed the Adapter onto the Elbow and then the Elbow onto the Toilet. Cut the Polyline to length and plug the line into the coupler. No Leaks, No Worries. Since 1997 there probably is some different tubing being used. Check your tubing size first.
Date published: 2018-07-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Smell like urine It came with the camper I bought. There is a fault with the way it is made. After using it a couple of days some urine will leak in to the space between the outer shell and the inner shell ??? How I don’t know. Have taken it apart one time. Cleaned it out tried to find where this could happen but couldn’t find the reason. Sealed everything again really good and was hoping it got fixed. Only to find out it is back, that awful urine smell. Sorry never again. I’m getting a new toilet.
Date published: 2019-10-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 2020 keystone bullet This toilet came with new 2020 keystone bullet. Within 3 months of occasional use noticed urine smell in bathroom.. The smell continued despite thorough cleaning of toilet and surrounding toilet area. We had a mobile RV technician diagnose the problem. He said the “toilet warped and allowed urine to enter the vacant space in the interior of the toilet”. This after just 3 months of occasional use. Poor quality.
Date published: 2020-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent replacement Had an issue with our S/L toilet on a sunday. Found an open rv store in Sevierville TN that didn't carry any S/L parts. My only other option was to purchase a new toilet to be operational that day. Bought this unit, and had it installed in less than 30 minutes. I really like you don't have to tear it apart to change the flush seal. Just reach in and pull it out. Also, the water valve can be replaced without tearing the whole unit apart.I would not hesitate to recommend or purchase this product again.
Date published: 2012-12-04
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will this toilet replace a Sea Land model 510

Asked by: Keith
Yes, however the 510 is a 4 bolt toilet. The floor flange will need to be rotated to make it a 2 bolt configuration or can use the mounting adapter kits SKU# 54628 (White) or SKU# 54629 (Bone) if the floor flange cannot be changed.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-03-10

We need to replace a sealand traveler light 110 toilet in a 2003 cameo, would this toilet be compatible?

Asked by: Trish
Yes, both toilet models use a 2 bolt mounting configuration and dimension wise are very similar. The two differences you will run in to are the taller seat height of 18" versus 16" and location of the flush pedal. If there is any fit problems, it will likely come from the water line depending on where it was placed and how long the installer made the line. The 110 has a left side flush pedal while the 300 has a right side flush pedal, and the water connection is on the rear of the pedal.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-03-10

What are the dimensions of this toilet - height, width, and depth?

Asked by: Erin
This unit is 16 inches wide, 19.75" front to back, and 19.75" overall height, seat height is 18.25".
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-10-06

How far from the bolt holes to the back of the base is it ? My old one is about 4 3/4 inches

Asked by: Jack martz
From the center to the rear of the toilet's base is 5-1/4".
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2019-12-04

what is the distance from the back wall to the center of the sewer bolt holes?

Asked by: Jack martz
For ideal fit, a minimum of 8.5" from the center of the sewer flange to the rear wall is necessary.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2019-12-04

Do this come with the gasket & hardware or is that purchased separately?

Asked by: Bill
A new floor flange gasket and mounting bolts are included.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-08-08

How tall is this toilet? We're looking for a taller toilet for our camper

Asked by: Keke
The literature lists the seat height at 18”
Answered by: Chardagha
Date published: 2020-03-07

I have a Keystone Premier 29RKPR. Can I replace the dometic 300 with a dometic 320 without any modifications in the RV?

Asked by: Jdcald
The rough in depth must be double checked. The 300 model requires 8.5" from the center of the flange to the rear wall for fit, while the 320 requires 11" from the center of the flange to the wall for proper fit. Otherwise, both toilets have the same left & right clearance requirements and use the same type of water valve at the same location so the water line should not require modification.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-04-18
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