We have a bunch of those lo-flow toilets at work, some of them older and
some of them brand-new.
They flush fine, and work well when the "go" is neat and tidy. But
sometimes the "go" isn't so neat and tidy; the problem in those cases is
that the toilets have insufficient water flow /down the sides of the bowl/
to wash away the mess from the "go".
What to do?
Unless you are the boss or have the "pen" it's kinda hard to dictate
what they can do. All in all, a shi**y deal. <g>
I installed one of those toilets that has the pressure module inside the
tank and captures the pressure from the water line, stores it with the
charge of water and when you trip the handle... STAND BY!
That sucker could, I swear, flush a bowling ball through the 2"+ drain.
Sounds like one of those old submarine movies where you hear the air
charge launching the torpedoes.
Works like a charm and wasn't much more expensive than the name brand
If there was ANY significant water flowing down the sides of the bowl in
the locations affected, then the problem wouldn't exist. This problem is
occurring because there are some portions of the bowl that have hardly any
water flowing down them. No flow means no cleaning, even if the "go" is
fresh and the miscreant flushes many times in succession.
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