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                PHII AND PHEII MARINE TOILETS
                    INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
  THE FOLLOWING ARE CAUTIONARY STATEMENTS THAT MUST BE READ AND FOLLOWED
                   DURING BOTH INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
 WARNING: Raritan Engineering Company, Inc. recommends that a qualified person or electrician in the case
          of PHEII, install this product. Equipment damage, injury to personnel or death could result from
          improper installation. Raritan Engineering Company, Inc. accepts no responsibility or liability for
          damage to equipment, or injury or death to personnel, that may result from improper installation or
          operation of this product.
 WARNING: Hazard of Flooding - Any installation made below the waterline must have vented loops positioned
          properly and all hose connections should be double-clamped. Both intake and discharge seacocks
          should always be in the closed position when the toilet is not in use. Failure to do so may result in
          flooding, property damage and loss of life.
 WARNING: Hazard of Fire - Do not wire 120V PHEII motors without using specified rectifier.
          Do not operate PHEII series toilets with handle in place, serious bodily injury may occur.

                INTRODUCTION                                It is advisable to flush the toilet briefly before use to
The PHII is a manual marine toilet. The PHEII has           minimize staining. Pumping several strokes after the
either electric push button or manual operation. Both       bowl has been flushed will help to clear the lines,
toilets have the same overall dimensions. An electric       minimize odor and reduce the possibility of backflow
drive (#PHECKII) that mounts between the bowl and           into the bowl. It may be necessary to change the
pump converts a PHII to a PHEII with no additional          valve handle from "FLUSH" to "DRY" more than
floor space required.                                       once to properly evacuate the bowl.
                                                            Valve handle must be fully in the "FLUSH" or
The PHII and PHEII are available with a
                                                            "DRY" position only.
Household-style bowl and seat or with the
Marine-size bowl and seat.                                  Hard objects or stringy substances (paper towels,
                                                            feminine hygiene products, filter cigarettes, etc.)
Space requirements for each are as follows:
                                                            must not be thrown into the toilet as they will cause
 Models                    Height Depth Width               damage.
 Household-style bowl      12 1/4"  21'' 18 1/4''
                                                            RETURNING PHEII TO MANUAL OPERATION
 Marine-size bowl          11 7/8'' 21'' 17 3/4''
All models are suitable for use in conjunction with         WARNING: Secure circuit breaker in "OFF"
Raritan's Lectra/San MC®, a Coast Guard Certified           position before proceeding.
Type I flow-thru Marine Sanitation Device (MSD)             In the event of a power loss or problem with the
and/or holding tanks.                                       electrical system:
                  OPERATION                                 1. Remove arm bolt and nut (#1115 and #1115A)
                                                               from the connecting rod (#1116BW).
WARNING: DO NOT adjust valve handle
(1209BW) while toilet is operating; bodily injury 2. Displace connecting rod (#1116BW) from track
may occur.                                              and push toward the back.
The intake valve handle (#1209BW) must be in the 3. Insert the handle (#1206W) and cotter pin
open or ''FLUSH'' (counterclockwise) position to        (#1210A). Be sure the handle is completely in the
draw water in. When the valve handle is in the          handle socket and secured by the cotter pin to
"DRY" position a special air valve allows the toilet to avoid the possibility of breaking the plastic sock-
be pumped dry without pressure build up. In the         et (#1210).
"DRY" position, toilet will only pump out; no water To return to electrical operation, reverse procedure.
will be brought into the bowl.

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                        MAINTENANCE                                  instructions for antifreeze/water ratio). Place
Using C.P. a bio-enzymatic toilet bowl cleaner                       intake hose in this bucket. Place discharge hose
(available from Raritan Engineering) will keep the                   into the empty bucket. Pump toilet until antifreeze
bowl clean and fresh smelling. Introducing Raritan                   has circulated and is being discharged.
Concentrate into flush water through a Toilet Water 4. Antifreeze should remain in the toilet until
Kit (#TWK) will deodorize and lubricate the unit.      recommissioning. This will protect both intake
             ®
Super Lube (#SL) applied to the piston rod will        and discharge sides of the pump. Pouring
prolong the life of the Piston Shaft Seal. This should antifreeze into the bowl will only protect the
be done every spring and fall or more regularly if the discharge side of the pump, allowing the intake
head is used frequently.                               side to possibly freeze.
CAUTIONS: Using improper deodorants or                          NOTE: Holding tanks, seacocks and treatment
cleaners can result in damage to rubber and                     systems need to be independently winterized,
plastic parts. DO NOT USE pine oil,                             stored and recommissioned (see manufacturer's
formaldehyde, ammonia, ethyl acetate, phosphoric                instructions).
acid and concentrated chlorine bleach, petroleum                              RECOMMISSIONING
or solvent based products.
                                                                1. Lubricate piston rod with Super Lube®.
                                                      ®
PHEII units should have Super Lube applied to the
                                                    2. Using the buckets, hoses and a gallon (3.8 liters)
connecting rod (#1116B) slot where the roller
                                                       of clean water, flush the antifreeze out of the
oscillates and to the track on the side of the pump
                                                       toilet. Dispose of antifreeze properly, in
housing where the connecting rod travels up and
                                                       accordance with local and federal regulations.
down.
                                                    3. Reconnect the hoses and open both seacocks.
Before attempting repairs, refer to the
Troubleshooting section of this manual.             4. Check all connections for leaks with several test
                                                       flushes.
                    STORAGE
Short Term Storage                                  INSTALLATION OF REPLACEMENT PARTS

If the toilet is not going to be used for up to one week, 1. Refer to Fig. #2 when replacing part #1228CW.
flush the toilet several strokes with the shutoff handle 2. If Valve Body (#1203BW) is removed it must be
in the wet bowl position to clear all lines.                 positioned as in Fig. #3 for proper operation.
Long Term Storage                                      Overhaul kits containing the parts normally required
If the toilet is not going to be used for over a week, to repair each unit are available. In addition, individual
follow the short term storage, then switch to the dry parts for your toilet may be ordered through your
bowl position and purge the toilet with at least two dealer or direct from the factory.
gallons of fresh water added to the bowl.                                INSTALLATION
                         WINTERIZING                            To install PHII and PHEII marine toilets, several
Improper winter lay up is a major cause of marine               installation accessories are required:
toilet failures.                                                1.    A nominal 3/4" (19mm) thru-hull fitting and
1. Close the intake and discharge seacock. Disconnect                seacock (shutoff valve).
    and drain the intake and discharge hoses.                   2.    3/4" (19mm) I.D. reinforced intake hose and
    Winterize seacocks and hoses.                                    stainless steel hose clamps.
2. You will need two buckets, three feet (9M) of 3. 1 1/2" (38mm) I.D. reinforced sanitation discharge
   3/4" (19mm) hose, three feet (9M) of 1 1/2"                 hose (Raritan #SH) and stainless steel hose
   (38mm) hose and a quart (.95 liter) of non-toxic            clamps.
   antifreeze.
                                                            4. A nominal 1 1/2" (38mm) discharge thru-hull
3. Prepare one half gallon (1.9 liters) of an antifreeze/      fitting with seacock may be required, depending
   water mixture in a bucket (refer to the antifreeze          on the specific installation.
                                                          2
Super Lube® is a registered trademark of Synco Chemical Corp.
5. PHEII units require wire, terminal ends, a                           1. Route discharge hose above discharge outlet
   momentary switch and a relay (#PBS and #CDS).                           with a vented loop. This will enable the toilet to
6. PHEII units that will be operated on 120 VAC                            discharge more efficiently and will help to prevent
   shore or generator power require a full wave                            backflow.
   bridge rectifier in the circuit. Raritan #CH104 is                   2. A In-Line Strainer (#163000) is recommended.
   a combination rectifier and activating switch.                          This will help minimize odors and help prevent
                      MOUNTING                                             clogging.
PHII and PHEII may be mounted above or below the                        3. Intake and discharge thru-hull fittings should be
waterline (Figs #1 and 1A). Vented loops (#VL3/4                           located far enough apart and in such a manner as
and #VL1 1/2) are required for below waterline                             to prevent discharge water from being drawn
installations and hose connections must be double                          through the intake. One means of accomplishing
clamped. Mount unit securely on a flat solid deck                          this is to place them on opposite sides of the hull.
using stainless steel bolts backed up with nuts and                        Intake thru-hull should be located so that during
large washers or stainless steel lag screws long enough                    shallow water conditions sand and other debris
not to pull out. Never mount PHEII where it may                            are not drawn into thru-hull fitting.
be subject to shower spray or other sources of                          4. The optional Raritan Toilet Water Kit (#TWK)
external water.                                                            permits use of Raritan Concentrate (#CON22)
                        PLUMBING                                           with the PHII and PHEII toilets. Raritan
WARNING: Below waterline installations require                             Concentrate deodorizes the bowl and lubricates
vented loops. Top of the loop must be above                                internal parts.
waterline at greatest angle of heel. Intake vented                      5. Test flush and check for leaks.
loops must be installed between pump and back of
the bowl. Discharge vented loops must be installed
between the discharge of toilet and seacock. See
Fig. #1 and #1A.
 FIG. #1 ABOVE WATERLINE INSTALLATION
                                                                        Vent                     Fig. #2
                           PHII Marine                                  Outside
                                                 Vented                 Hull or Deck              Toilet
                             Toilet                                                                                              WRONG!
                                                  Loop                                            Base
                TWK


                                                                                                            Correct Orientation of
        Waterline                                                        Waterline                         #1228CW Flapper Valves
                                In-Line        Lectra/San MC
                                Strainer
      Intake Thru-Hull                                            Discharge
        and Seacock              *Drawing Not To Scale           Thru-Hull and                    Toilet
                                                                   Seacock                                                     CORRECT!
                                                                                                  Base

                                                                                                 Fig. #3           NOTE: Before Rein-
 FIG. #1A, BELOW WATERLINE INSTALLATION                        Deck Pumpout
                                                                                                                   stalling 1209BW Valve
                                                                                                                   Handle, Be Sure Points
             In-Line
                                                                ¦


                                                                          ¦




                                                                                                                   "A" and "B" On The
                                       ¦

                                           ¦




             Strainer                                                      Vented
                             Vented            Vented Loop                 Loop                                    Inlet Valve Body
                              Loop                                                                                 (#1203BW) Are Posi-
                                                   Y Valve                                                         tioned As Shown By
                          TWK
                                                                                                                   The Double Arrow
 Waterline                                                                           Waterline
                                                  Holding Tank                                                       POINT "A"
      Intake                                                                    Discharge
   Thru-Hull                                                                    Thru-Hull
  and Seacock                                                                  and Seacock
                         PHII Marine                                                                                 POINT "B"
                           Toilet
                                       Lectra/San MC
                                  *Drawing Not To Scale



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ELECTRIC CONVERSION KIT INSTALLA-                                              WIRING THE PHEII
TION (PHECKII) - For PHII Models Only                            WARNING: DO NOT wire a 120V PHEII motor
NOTE: It is recommended that the toilet be                       directly to 120VAC service unless a rectifier has
removed before installing the PHECKII.                           been added to the circuit; motor burnout, short
1. Close the seacocks.                                           circuiting and fire could result.

2. Remove cotter pin (#1210A) and handle                         Refer to Fig. #5 to determine correct wire and circuit
   (#1206W) from toilet. Disconnect hoses and                    breaker sizes. Locate fuses and circuit breakers for
   unbolt toilet from deck.                                      easy accessibility and on a circuit separate from other
                                                                 accessories. 12, 24 and 32 VDC units require a
3. Align connecting rod in track on side of pump                 momentary switch and a heavy duty relay rated for
   housing and place motor-gearbox unit in position              continuous service. See Fig. #4 for wiring diagram.
   on base (#1248W) between pump and bowl.                       The momentary Push Button Switch (#PBS) and
4. Insert four hex head screws (#1119A) with lock                Continuous Duty Solenoid (#CDS) are available
    washers (#1118). Tighten evenly.                             through Raritan.
5. Insert bolt (#1115) through connecting rod                    All PHEII120 models and PHECKII120 conversion
   (#1116B) and thread into yoke (#1211PL).                      kits are supplied for DC operation. 120V DC units
   Tighten jam nut (#1115A) securely; this                       require a double-pole momentary switch rated for 10
   connection is not a pivot point.                              amps inductive load (#CHDPS120). For AC operation,
                                                                 a full-wave bridge rectifier is required (#CH104)
                                                                 includes rectifier and one double pole switch).




14 1/4"- 36.3cm
                                                    WALL                                                             WALL
(14 1/6"-36cm)




       DECK                                                            DECK                                 4 1/2"
                           18 1/4" - 46.5cm                                                               (11.4cm)
                          (17 3/4" - 45.4cm)                                  22 1/4" - 56.6 cm (19 1/2"-49.5cm)
                                                                                   20"- 50.8 cm (17"- 43.2cm)

                     WALL AT REAR OF TOILET

   9 1/4"                        DISCHARGE        5 1/4"
   23.6cm                        HOSE HOLE        13.4cm
            10"
                                                                           Raritan PH II/PHE II
            25.4cm                                4"
                                               10.2cm
                                                                            Marine Toilet with
                                                        9"
                                                                            Marine-size Bowl
     5"
                             LONGITUDINAL
                                                        22.9cm            Front View, Side View
   12.7cm                     CENTERLINE
        3 1/2"
                               OF TOILET
                                                   4"
                                                                             and Footprint
        8.9cm                                    10.2cm
                                                                       Dimensions are for a Household-style Bowl.
                                   INLET                              Marine-size Bowl Dimensions in Parentheses.
                                 HOSE HOLE




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                                                                                              SPECIFICATIONS
 Fig. #4 Wiring the PHEII (DC Unit with Momentary                        Electrical
         Pushbutton Switch)                                              Nominal Voltage (Volts DC)           12V         24V     32V
                      Pushbutton Switch
                           (PBS)           3 Amp Fuse or                 Amperage Draw @ Nominal Voltage      18          11       8
                                           Circuit Breaker               Circuit Breaker/Fuse Size (Amps)     25          20      12
    #14 Awg
      Wire                                Main Fuse or Circuit Breaker   For 120vdc units use 14 AWG (2.5mm2) wire.
                                           (See Specification Chart)
                                                                         Wire Sizes
                                             Pos Voltage from
                                                                         NOTE: Recommended conductor sizes based on 105C rated
                                            Battery or DC Power
                                                    Panel                insulation. Refer to ABYC Standards for other insulation ratings.
                   Solenoid Relay    Battery
                       (CDS)          Lug                                         Distance from source to unit and back to source [feet (m)]
                                                                          UNIT'S 10'(3.1) 15'(4.6) 20'(6.1) 25'(7.2) 30'(9.2) 40'(12.2) 50'15.2)
                  + (POS. Orange Motor Wire)                             VOLTAGE     Minimum recommended conductor wire AWG (mm2)
                     PHEII Motor                                                            for 3% voltage drop
                                                                           12    10(6.0) 10(6.0) 8(10.0) 6(16.0) 6(16.0) 6(16.0) 4(25.0)
                   - (NEG. Black Motor Wire)                               24    16(1.5) 14(2.5) 12(4.0) 12(4.0) 10(6.0) 10(6.0) 8(10.0)
                   Ground                                                  32    18(1.0) 16(1.5) 16(1.5) 14(2.5) 14(2.5) 12(4.0) 12(4.0)

                                                             TROUBLESHOOTING
         PROBLEM                            POSSIBLE CAUSE                                       CORRECTION
A. Electric motor labors (pumps     A1. Low Voltage at motor while running A1. Check condition of batteries, terminals and wire con-
   slowly) or handle is hard to                                                     nections for corrosion. Check gauge of wire to be sure
   pump on manual toilet.                                                           it is not undersized.
                                    A2. Air pocket in discharge line            A2. Clean vent fittings.
                                    A3. Holding Tank vent clogged or tank A3. Clean holding tank vent or empty tank as needed.
                                         full
                                    A4. Discharge line obstructed               A4. Check thru-hull fitting for clog. Remove discharge
                                                                                    hose if necessary to free obstruction.
                                    A5. MSD clogged                             A5. See MSD instruction manual.
                                    A6. Discharge seacock closed.               A6. Open discharge seacock.
 B. Leak around piston shaft        B1. Cartridge seal worn.                    B1. Replace piston shaft seal cartridge assembly.
                                    B2. Piston shaft scored .                   B2. Replace piston/rod assembly.
 C. Water accumulates in the bowl C1. Flapper valve not seated properly         C1. Close intake valve and pump dry. Clean or replace
    too fast                                                                        flapper valve.
                                    C2. Joker Valve not closing or opening C2. Close intake valve and pump dry. Clean or replace
                                        properly                                    joker valve. NOTE: Routing discharge hose above
                                                                                    toilet helps joker valve close tighter.
                                    C3. Calcium build-up or blockage in hoses C3. Clean affected parts or replace hose.
                                         and fittings
                                    C4. Air pocket in discharge line            C4. Bleed or clean vent fitting of vented loop or holding
                                                                                    tank vent.
 D. Water rises in bowl at dockside D1. Joker Valve leaking                     D1. Close discharge seacock, then intake seacock to deter-
     (toilet below waterline)                                                       mine which is causing the problem. Clean or replace
                                                                                    joker valve. A vented loop is needed in the discharge.
                                    D2. Intake Valve leaking                    D2. Check for debris lodged under check ball.
                                                                                    Replace O-rings, check ball, and spring if needed.
                                    D3. Too much pressure against check ball D3. Vented loop must be installed between the bowl and
                                                                                    pump (Fig. 1A).
 E. Odor comes from head area       E1. Marine vegetation lodged in bowl        E1. Remove bowl and pressure flush from spud fitting at
    when flushed                                                                    the back of the bowl. NOTE: Installing a In-Line
                                                                                    Strainer (#163000) in the intake line will help prevent
                                                                                    recurrence.
                                    E2. Intake water is foul                    E2. Raritan Toilet Water Kit (#TWK) and Raritan Concen-
                                                                                    trate (#CON22) will aid in deodorizing intake water.
                                    E3. Back pressure from holding tank         E3. Tank full or vent clogged. Discharge line blocked or
                                                                                    kinked. Clean or replace as necessary.
                                    E4. Contaminated discharge hose             E4. Replace with Raritan Sanitation Hose (#SH).
 F. Not enough water to rinse bowl F1. Intake valve positioned improperly F1. See Fig. 3.
                                    F2. Bowl rinse holes clogged                F2. Clean as needed.
                                    F3. Intake line or strainer clogged         F3. Clean line or strainer.
                                    F4. Debris around intake or discharge valve F4. Remove check balls and clean.
                                         ball
                                    F5. Scored pump housing or worn piston F5. Replace housing or "O" ring as necessary.
                                         "O"ring
                                    F6. Worn housing or seal cartridge is F6. Replace housing or cartridge.
                                          drawing air
Units requiring extensive repairs may be returned to the Millville, NJ or Fort Lauderdale, FL office for overhaul. Instructions, including
name, address and phone number MUST accompany returned units         5 to ensure proper handling.
    PARTS FOR RARITAN PHII AND PHEII                         Part No.           Description
            MARINE TOILET                                    1106W              Coupling w/Sleeve, complete
Part No.      Description                                    1108A              Motor Mounting Nut (2)
1115          3/8"-16 x 1 1/2" Hex Head S/S Bolt(2)          1109*              Motor (12, 24, 32, 120V DC)
1124          1/4"- 20 x 1/2" R.H. Machine Screw             1110               "O" Ring
1200CW        Pump Housing                                   1112               Link
1201          Intake and Discharge Valve Ball (2)            1113               Link Pin, Worm Gear Pin
1202          Intake and Discharge Valve Gasket (2)          1115               3/8" - 16 x 1 1/2" Hex Head S/S Bolt
1203BW        Intake Valve Body w/"O" Rings (1203B,          1115A              3/8" - 16 Hex Jam Nut S/S
              1203B1, 1203B2, 1203B3)                        1116BW             Connecting Rod Assy. (1116B, 1114B,
1203W         Air Valve Assembly                                                1114D)
1204B         Intake Valve Cap                               1117B              Crank Bolt
1206W         Handle                                         1118               Lock Washer (4)
1209BW        Valve Handle                                   1119/1119A         Hex Head Screw (4)
1210          Handle Socket                                  1120W              Worm Gear Assy.(1111, 1113, 1120)
1210A         Cotter Pin (4)                                 1122               "O" Ring
1211PL        Piston Rod Yoke                                1123               Gear Box Cover
1212W         Piston Rod Assembly w/"O" Ring                 1124                1/4"- 20 x 1/2" R.H. Machine Screw(4)
              (1232MS)                                       M23A               #10 Lockwasher S/S (2)
1213W         Piston Rod Seal Assembly, Pre-6/92,
              (Incl. 1213A, B, C, D)                         PHC PARTS
1213A         "U" Cup Seal (Pre-6/92)                        Part No.           Description
1213B         Delrin Washer (Pre-6/92)                       1226A              Housing Screw 1/4"-20 x 1 1/4" S/S (4)
1213C         Snap Ring (Pre-6/92)                           1226C              Plastic Spacer Washer (4)
1213D         White Neoprene Washer (Pre-6/92)               1301PW             Toilet Base Assembly (1301P, 1343)
1214W         Piston Shaft Seal Cartridge Assy (1214,        F081               Bowl Bolt 1/4"- 20 x 2" S/S Hex head
              1214A, 1214B) Fits pumps mfg. after 6/92       RARITAN INSTALLATION ACCESSORIES
1216          Clevis Pin (3)                                 Part No.    Description
1217          Discharge Valve Cap                            163000      In-Line Strainer
1218          Fulcrum Link (2)                               1PCP22      C.P., Cleans Potties, Bio-enzymatic, 22 oz.
1222AW        90° Discharge w/Flange (Std.)                  CDS*        Continuous Duty Solenoid
1222B         Straight Discharge (Opt.)                      CH104       Rectifier Box /w switch for PHEII DC120
1223B         Flange Nut 3/8"-16 S/S (2)                     CHDPS120    Double Pole Switch for CH115V
1226          Housing Screw 1/4"-20 x 1" S/S (4)             CHT         Permanent Compact Holding Tank
1226B         Nut, 1/4"-20 S/S (8)                           CON22       Concentrate 22 oz. bottle
1228CW        Flapper Valve Assembly (1/2" Holes)            PBS         Push Button Switch
1232MS        Piston "O" Ring                                PHT         Portable Compact Holding Tank
1234          Bowl Gasket                                    SH          Sanitation Hose (sold by the foot)
1236C         Bowl Elbow                                     SL          Super Lube 1/2 oz. tube
1246W         Base Cover (2 pcs.)                            TWK         Toilet Water Marine Head Disinfectant Kit
1248W         Base w/Plug                                    VL 3/4      Vented Loop 3/4"
1249          Base Plug                                      VL 1 1/2    Vented Loop 1 1/2"
1250W         Base and Cover Assy.(1246W and1248W)           YV          "Y" Valve
C253          Joker Valve
CH42          Hose (¾" I.D.)                                 BOWL & SEAT
CH43P         Hose Clamp (2)                                 Part No.    Description
F005          1/4"- 20 x 5/16" S/S Socket Set Screw          1236AW      Spud assy.
F081          Bowl Bolt 1/4"-20 x 2 S/S Hex head             1237W       Marine-size Bowl assy.
LWS           Intake and Discharge Valve Spring (2)          1244W       White Household-style Bowl assy.
RNI           Nylon Shoulder Washer                          1238A       Marine-size seat & cover
                                                             1245        Household-style seat & cover
PARTS FOR ELECTRIC DRIVE                                     1PCP22      Clean Potties, Bio-enzymatic, 22 oz.
Part No.    Part Name                                        VCAP        Vinyl Cap
1100W       Gear Box Housing Assembly
1102        Worm                                             OVERHAUL KITS
1104        Ball Bearing                                     Part No.   Description
1105        Snap Ring                                        PHRKII     PHII&PHEII-U-cup Seal (mfg.before6/92)
1106AS      Rubber Connection w/Sleeve                       PHRKIIC    PHII&PHEII-Cartridge Seal (mfg.after 6/92)
                                                             *Specify Voltage
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        EXPLODED PARTS VIEWS, PHII MARINE TOILET AND PHECKII ELECTRIC
                              CONVERSION UNIT

                                  1206W                                         1236C
                                                   1218     1210A                         CH43P
                                         1210A
                           1124                                  1210
                                                                         1218
                        1209BW

                                                                                  1216
                        1204B
                                                          1216
                         1202             F005                           1217
               1203B1                                                                                                                 1223B
                                                      1211PL             1202
            1203B3
                                            1214
                                                                                                   1222AW
              1203BW                       1214A          LWS            CH42
                1203B                      1214B          1201                                                                        1222B
                          1203B2
                                   LWS
                                                                             C253
                                    1201                                                                     1213W Seal
                                                               1226                                          Assy. on Units
    1226B                                                                                                    Built Before
                                                                                                             June, 1992
     RNI                   1203W
    1234                                                                                                        1213D
                                 1200CW                                                                        1213C
                                                                                                   1213A      1213B
                                 1115
 1249                                                                               1212W
                                                                                     Assy


                                                            1228CW
                                                                                        1232MS
    F081
                                                                 1248W                                                      1109



                                                               1226B



                                                                                                                    1106S

                                        1246W                                                                   1106A


                                                                                                              1105                    1106W
                                                                                    1100W
                                                                                                           1104
                                                                      1124
                                                                                                      1102
                                                                                         1113


                                1226A
                                                                      1123
                                                                                                                               1115
                                                                          1122
                                1226C                                        1120                              M23A
                                                                                                              1108A                      1115A
                                                                                                                   1113
                                                                                                      1110
     F081                                                                                          1100
                                                                                                          1111
                                                                                            1118
                                                                                                            1115A
                                           1301PW                                           1119/1119A         1112


PHC Toilet Base Assembly
PHC Base does not allow the PHC to be converted to a PHEII.                                                           1116BW     1117B


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                                         LIMITED WARRANTY
    Raritan Engineering Company warrants to the original purchaser that this product is free of defects in materials
    or workmanship for a period of one year from the product's date of purchase. Should this product prove defective
    by reason of improper workmanship and/or materials within the warranty period, Raritan shall, at its sole option,
    repair or replace the product.
1. TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE, Consumer must deliver the product prepaid, together with a detailed
   description of the problem, to Raritan at 530 Orange St., Millville, N.J. 08332, or 3101 SW 2nd Ave. Ft.
    Lauderdale, FL 33315. When requesting warranty service, purchaser must present a sales slip or other document
    which establishes proof of purchase. THE RETURN OF THE OWNER REGISTRATION CARD IS NOT A
    CONDITION PRECEDENT OF WARRANTY COVERAGE. However, please complete and return the owner
    Registration Card so that Raritan can contact you should a question of safety arise which could affect you.
2. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER defects caused by modifications, alterations, repairs or service of this
   product by anyone other than Raritan; defects in materials or workmanship supplied by others in the process of
    installation of this product; defects caused by installation of this product other than in accordance with the
    manufacturer's recommended installation instructions or standard industry procedures; physical abuse to, or
    misuse of, this product. This warranty also does not cover damages to equipment caused by fire, flood, external
    water, excessive corrosion or Act of God.
3. ANY EXPRESS WARRANTY NOT PROVIDED HEREIN, AND ANY REMEDY FOR BREACH OF
   CONTRACT WHICH BUT FOR THIS PROVISION MIGHT ARISE BY IMPLICATION OR OPERATION OF
    LAW, IS HEREBY EXCLUDED AND DISCLAIMED. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES SUCH AS THOSE OF
    MERCHANTABILITY AND OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IF APPLICABLE, AS WELL
    AS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHICH MIGHT ARISE BY IMPLICATION OF LAW, ARE EX-
    PRESSLY LIMITED TO A TERM OF ONE YEAR. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON
    HOW LONG A LIMITED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO
    YOU.
4. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL RARITAN BE LIABLE TO PURCHASER OR ANY OTHER
   PERSONS FOR ANY SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF
    BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE. SOME STATES DO NOT
    ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO
    THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
5. No other person or entity is authorized to make any express warranty, promise or affirmation of fact or to assume
    any other liability on behalf of Raritan in connection with its products except as specifically set forth in this
    warranty.
6. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

                                                                530 Orange Street, P.O. Box 1157, Millville, NJ 08332 USA
                                                                Telephone: 856-825-4900 FAX: 856-825-4409
                                                                www.raritaneng.com
                                                                Southern Office and Plant:
                                                                3101 SW Second Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315 USA
                                                                Telephone: 954-525-0378 FAX: 954-764-4370


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