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Old 03-18-2011, 04:55 AM  
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Hi everyone, I was thinking of getting a Toilet Ventilation System installed in my bathroom. I heard that Jon-E-Vac is a good choice. But do we have to buy a special toilet seat for it ?


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I'm sorry but I've just got to ask. Why is it you think you need something that expencive and involved?
Why not just a simple ceiling vent?


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I'm sorry but I've just got to ask. Why is it you think you need something that expencive and involved?
Why not just a simple ceiling vent?
My guess is that he wants to sell them...just a guess.
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oldog -

If you are right, I hope is a good salesman. - A Toto toilet (from Japan) can be $3000 to $7000, but he upper end are automated with ventilation, wiping, washing and drying while the play music until 1 minute after the automatic lid closer acts.

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If you are right, I hope is a good salesman. - A Toto toilet (from Japan) can be $3000 to $7000, but he upper end are automated with ventilation, wiping, washing and drying while the play music until 1 minute after the automatic lid closer acts.

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Well...that takes all the fun out of saving them corn cobs and the Sears and Roebucks catalogue...huh?


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