> Bad link and it is not working.I try a lot but could not able to open
> the link so share the right informative link.
The problem was that all of the links were too long to fit on one line
on this web site. So, the web site computer would truncate the links.
The problem was that when anyone else would click on that truncated
link, their computer would interpret the dots where the truncation
occured as the actual web site address, and not be able to find the
So, I found away around that problem. If you go to a previous page on
this forum, you should find a thread entitled "How a toilet ballcock
works". That thread will give the following instructions which SHOULD
get you to the right PDF file:
So, what you're saying is that the truncated link, with the three dots
in it's URL is being interpreted by other people's computers as being
the full URL of the link?
OK, then let's do it this way:
Use any web browser to search for web pages containing the phrase
Water hammer in toilet tank
In the resulting list, find the "kirsner" web page which starts as
(without the asterisks)
It should be near the top of the list.
Near the middle of that web page there will be a link in a red font
(without the dots)
Click on that link.
That link will take you to the correct Fluidmaster web page that
explains how their diaphragm opens and closes due to the same water
supply pressure acting on different size areas on each side of the
Post again if you don't get to the right web page.