Our new house has these low flow toilets. Without going into too much
detail, sometimes during an extended sitting they may require a flush
halfway through. If you fill it too much it will clog and won't flush
at the end. I think these toilets are designed with a single flush for
a #1. #2's require a flush and hold to remove everything (or like I
said above an intermediate flush). I suppose in the end they do save water.
I thought I would update my last message based on the comments by others
listing the American Standard Champion models.
It appears the Champion is a newer model and may be even better than the
well known and recommended Cadet line.
The primary difference appears to be the larger 2 3/8" trap in the
Champion compared to the very respectable 2" in the Cadet. Based on the
specifications and the claims by American Standard, the Champion is the
Champion. I will guess it will be more expensive, but I am planning on
replacing one of my toilets in the not too distant future and I will try out
Just a follow-up to show the results of this thread. We ordered two
Toto UltraMax today. Won't get them for a while because the color we
wanted is on back order. Thanks everyone for the ideas and
recommendations. The reference to the Terry Love website is what
finally persuaded us to go with Toto.
On Sat, 05 Feb 2005 09:14:38 -0700, Dick <LeadWinger> wrote:
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