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Jabsco Quiet Flush

I put in a new toilet and it takes forever to evacuate the bowl. Anyone installed one of these? What was your experience? It can take two or three minutes for the bowl to empty on the drain function.
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Jabsco Quiet Flush

i assume you are talking about the electric version.
ours both take less than 20 seconds to flush.
Is your holding tank properly vented?
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