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    Senior Robin Hood Guy Ian Gills's Avatar
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    Default I want a toilet I can plug in

    As part of my basement remodeling project I have installed a receptacle near where one day I hope to place a new toilet.

    What plug in toilets are available out there? I know there is the top-of-the-line Toto but that might be out of my price range. Are there any others that use the services of an electrical wall outlet?

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    Um Ian where is this planned toilet in relation to the drain?

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    It has a 1950s rough-in (yet to be tested) that is about 10-12 inches from the finished wall.
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    Kohler has a couple of plug in toilets. The power is used to energize a water pump that does the flushing. You can add heated seats to any toilet.

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    Well, maybe I'll treat myself to a top-of-the-range Toto.

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