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Toilet dual flush???


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#1 bzzzbee

Posted 01 April 2007 - 10:34 AM

Hi there, we've got a dual flush toilet...do you mind telling me why you use the half flush?

Obviously the half flush (if that's what you call it?) saves water...but do you use it only for #1s? and the flull flush for #2s?  I've been using the half flush for everything...haven't had any problems....so why have the full flush option then? TIA original.gif

#2 JRA

Posted 01 April 2007 - 01:48 PM

It depends on the toilet. There is toilets and toilets. Some of the more water efficient really need to full flush to do a proper flush, the half flush just does not have enough oomph.




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