Anatomy of a toilet cassette
Caravan Toilet Cassettes
Our technical expert has put together this quick break down of the parts of a caravan toilet cassette.
If you're new to the world of caravanning and never used a cassette loo before, our annoted picture will help you see what goes where to avoid embarrasing mistakes when you're on the campsite!
The Caravan Toilet Cassette
Here is what your caravan toilet cassette looks like. The numbered parts are labelled below.
Toilet cassette parts
Here are the eight major parts of your toilet cassette.
- Transport handle
- Emptying spout
- Carry/emptying handle
- Sliding hatch cover
- Manual hatch release
- Air inlet valve (for emptying)
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