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PHII AND PHEII MARINE TOILETS    INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS    THE FOLLOWING ARE CAUTIONARY STATEMENTS THAT MUST BE READ AND FOLLOWED WARNINGRaritan Engineering Company Inc recommends that a qualified  person or electrician in the caseof  PHEII  install this product  Equipment damage injury to personnel or death could result fromimproper installation  Raritan Engineering Company  Inc  accepts no responsibility or liability fordamage to equipment or injury or death to personnel  that may result from improper installation or  WARNINGHazard of Floodingshould always be in the closed position when the toilet is not in use  Failure to do so may result inWARNINGHazard of Fireiy NArDGhTsMiAjhuNaTk8nsAjpkGnMmSRqM2bzStBw3VeGQomJsf38sL1FJ5VpGlDbv6uNjesrIPlquZL ooK02Qt8n A9s9R9NKLMMMMLMMNQaknJKJJIJIIIGJURZqoMKLMOQQQPOOwHHHIIJKLNNPP3smSsULytWX6D9gD i7DEl57JPW7Bx0000Dphttpswwwverisigncomrpa0U00U0HOcRgFMz 02h2Wjc7zwvj6A5jj5EZ38nMbTFUpu00sa0H010UUS10UWashington10URedmond10UMicrosoft 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EDYKSKQZX8YKTX8YCXYCXYKTCZX8YCXddadQX FH FHYYCXddadQX FH FHYYKSKQZXYKSKQZXYKSKQZCZX8YKTKTZCZX8YFFF Fab pE PXaFYhBQSZX TXCBYQX TXCBYTX CBKKRXCBYTXCBYcTXCBYcTXCBYYYYEWk9V9bf6E9z DINzfffaVVsVzaswss938h068982ix03227232R2whXKuD9LN367seuTf4400M352IYi1010158714uP 0I8I77O777111 is a registered trademark of Synco Chemical CorpWARNING  DO NOT adjust valve handle1With valve handle in the FLUSH position pump2With valve handle in the DRY position pumpingNo special toilet paper is requiredWater should appear in the bowl within tenseconds  If not see troubleshooting sectionHard objects or stringy substances paper towelsAlways shut off seacocksWARNING  Secure circuit breaker in OFF1Remove arm bolt and nut 1115 and 1115A2Displace connecting rod 1116BW3Insert the handle 1206WIMPORTANT  Do not  use cleaners that containconcentrated chlorine bleach  These may causeUsing CP a bioenzymatic toilet bowl cleanerRecommend Visual InspectionInLine Strainer if you have one in the SLlife of the Piston Shaft Seal  This should be done every spring1Refer to Fig 2 when replacing part 1228CW2If Valve Body 1203BWParts Required34 ID intake hose approximately 3 feet long1 12 ID discharge hose approximately 3 feet longTwo bucketsNontoxic antifreeze approximately 1 quart1 Close the intake and discharge seacock  Disconnect and2Connect short hoses to toilets intake and discharge3Place one bucket under short hose on discharge4Pour nontoxic antifreeze in other bucket5Place hose connected to intake into bucket with antifreeze6Flush toilet until antifreeze begins to be discharged from7Antifreeze should remain in the toilet untilrecommissioning  This will protect both intake anddischarge sides of the pump  Pouring antifreeze into theNOTE  Holding  tanks seacocks  and  treatment  systems1Lubricate piston rod with Super Lube2Using the buckets hoses and a gallon 38 literswater flush the antifreeze out of the toilet  Dispose of3Reconnect the hoses and open both seacocks4Check all connections for leaks with several test flushesNOTE  Before Reinstalling 1209BW  Valvetioned  As Shown  By            Distance from source to unit and back to source feet m   UNITS   103146617292122 VOLTAGE       Minimum recommended conductor wire AWG mm          for 3 voltage drop      12       10606010016016016025024       1615254040606010032       1615151525254040Nominal Voltage Volts DC12V24V32VAmperage Draw  Nominal Voltage1811  8Circuit BreakerFuse Size Amps252012NOTE  Recommended conductor sizes based on 105C ratedinsulation  Refer to ABYC Standards for other insulation ratings Marinesize Bowl Dimensions in Parentheses 22 14  566 cm 19 12495cm     4    4WALL  AT  REAR  OF  TOILETTools Required516 nut driverWrench or screw driverBit for drilling mounting surfaceHose cuttersTape measureAdditional Parts RequiredFour stainless steel mounting bolts or lag1 12 ID discharge hose34 ID reinforced intake hoseHose clamps two for each connection belowPHEII Units RequireWireWire cuttersWire terminal crimpersTerminalsFusecircuit breakerFIG 1  ABOVE WATERLINE INSTALLATIONFIG 1A  BELOW WATERLINE INSTALLATIONand  SeacockMounting Toilet1Install seat on toilet2Place toilet where it will be locatedMake sure there is room to route hosesMake sure seat will open properly3Mark location of toilet base mounting holes on4Drill holes for toilet mounting boltsscrews5Secure toilet to surfaceWARNING  Below waterline installationsrequire vented loops  Top of the loop mustDischarge vented loops must be installed1Route discharge hose above dischargeoutlet with a vented loop This will enable2An InLine Strainer 163000recommended  This will help minimize3Intake and discharge thruhull fittings4The optional Raritan Toilet Water Kit5  Flush and check for leaks1Close the seacocks2Remove cotter pin 1210A1206Wunbolt toilet from deck3  Align connecting rod in track on side of pump4   Insert four hex head screws 1119A5Insert bolt 1115WARNING  Hazard of Shock and FireAlways use proper wire wire connectorsand fusecircuit breaker  See SpecificationSecure wire properlyDo not connect appliances to toilet circuitMake sure power is off before proceedingUse proper wire terminals for all wire1Determine proper wire size by measuringPower Source to pushbutton to toilet2Select proper wire and fusecircuit breaker3Install fusecircuit breaker in positive line at4Connect positive wire from fusecircuit5Connect wire from Push Button Switch to6Connect wire from battery negative or power Too much pressure against check ball11153816 x 112414 20 1200CWPump Housing1201Intake and 1202Intake and 1203BWIntake Valve Body wO Rings 1203B1203WAir Valve Assembly1204BIntake Valve Cap1206WHandle1209BWValve Handle1210Handle 1210ACotter Pin 41211PLPiston Rod Yoke1212WPiston Rod Assembly wO Ring1213WPiston Rod Seal Assembly Pre6921213AU Cup Seal Pre6921213BDelrin Washer Pre6921213CSnap Ring Pre6921213DWhite Neoprene 1214WPiston Shaft Seal Cartridge Assy 12141216Clevis 1217Discharge 1218Fulcrum 1222AW90 Discharge wFlange Std1222BStraight Discharge Opt1223BFlange Nut 3816  SS 21226Housing 1226BNut 1420  SS 81228CWFlapper Valve Assembly 12 Holes1232MSPiston O Ring1234Bowl 1236EBowl Elbow1246WBase Cover  2 pcs1248WBase wPlug1249Base Plug1250WBase and Cover Assy1246W and1248WC253Joker ValveCH42Hose  IDCH43PHose Clamp  2F00514 20 x 516 SS Socket Set ScrewF081Bowl Bolt 1420 x 2 SS Hex headLWSIntake and Discharge Valve Spring 2RNINylon Shoulder Washer1100WGear Box Housing Assembly1102Worm1104Ball Bearing1105Snap 1106ASRubber Connection wSleeve1106WCoupling wSleeve complete1108AMotor Mounting Nut 21109Motor 1110O Ring1112Link1113Link 111538  16 1115A38  16 1116BWConnecting Rod1117BCrank Bolt1118Lock 11191119AHex   1120WWorm Gear Assy1111 1113 11201122O Ring1123Gear 1124 14 20 x M23A10 Lockwasher SS 21226AHousing Screw 1420 x 1 14  SS 41226CPlastic Spacer Washer 41301PWToilet Base Assembly 1301P 1343F081Bowl Bolt 14 20 x 2 SS Hex head163000InLine 164000Push 1PCP22CP Cleans Potties Bioenzymatic 22 ozCHTIICompact holding tank  5 gallonCON22Concentrate 22 oz bottleSHSanitation Hose sold by the footSLSuper Lube 12 oz tubeTWKToilet Water Marine Head Disinfectant KitVL 34Vented Loop 34VL 1 12Vented Loop 1 12YVY Valve1236AWSpud assy1237WMarinesize Bowl assy1244WWhite Householdstyle Bowl assy1238AMarinesize seat  coverVCAPVinyl CapPHRKIIPHIIPHEIIUcup Seal mfgbefore692PHIIPUMPPHII Pump replacement assembly PARTS LIST Assy10PHII Housing Identification  ReplacementNote 1200CW style pump housings userepair kit part PHRKIIC Units manufactured prior to June 1992 1200W housinguse repair kit part PHRKIIThe Pump assembly 1200CW is a direct replacement for the 1200BW older PHII Pumphousing The 1200CW utilizes a replaceableseal cartridge assembly which if worn is easilyreplaceableThe Former 1200W housing when worn at theseal bushing area required a whole housingreplacement Units manufactured prior to June1992 utilize the 1200BW housingADVANCED REPAIRInlet Valve Handle Orientation and Repairnecessary to access the inlet valve spring part the two limiting stops 34 turn530 Orange Street    Millville NJ  08332 USATelephone   8568254900FAX   8568254409Telephone   9545250378FAX   9547644370or workmanship for a period of one year from the products date of purchase  Should this product prove defective1TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE Consumer must deliver the product prepaid together with a detaileddescription of the problem to Raritan at 530 Orange St Millville NJ 08332 or 3101 SW 2nd Ave FtLauderdale FL 33315  When requesting warranty service purchaser must present a sales slip or other documentCONDITION PRECEDENT OF WARRANTY COVERAGE  However please complete and return the owner2THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER defects caused by modifications alterations repairs or service of thismisuse of this product  This warranty also does not cover damages to equipment caused by fire flood external3ANY EXPRESS WARRANTY NOT PROVIDED HEREIN AND ANY REMEDY FOR BREACH OFLAW IS HEREBY EXCLUDED AND DISCLAIMED  ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES SUCH AS THOSE OFPRESSLY LIMITED TO A TERM OF ONE YEAR  SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON4UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL RARITAN BE LIABLE TO PURCHASER OR ANY OTHERBREACH OF WARRANTY  BREACH OF CONTRACT OR OTHERWISE  SOME STATES DO NOT5No other person or entity is authorized to make any express warranty promise or affirmation of fact or to assume6This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to stateLIMITED WARRANTYL04   0505kgs                                                                                                Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice                  Printed in USAg0H0a10UInternet10UVeriSign Inc1301UVeriSign Commercial Software Publishers CA0960409000000Z040107235959Z0a10UInternet10UVeriSign Inc1301UVeriSign Commercial Software Publishers CA00H0ieRTbTUDEJkcc EF HHEFa aHHEF a FHHEFa  a aHHEFa fHHEFa aaHH  E D ZQX DY QX MDY QX DY  EhD  EFvhEDCCeCCppEEDED EEadPQXEDYCcbB ECDCCe ia 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