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Great, but not perfect,
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This review is from: American Standard 2889216.020 H2Option Siphonic Dual Flush Round Front Toilet, White, 2-Piece (Tools & Home Improvement)
I purchased the dual flush American Standard toilet because I was frustrated with having to use a plunger on our existing toilet at least a couple of times each week. We have two college age boys and unplugging the toilet became a regular event at our house. I purchased the dual flush toilet for two reasons: Great reviews stating that people were able to get rid of their plungers, and I loved the idea of saving water when a "big" flush wasn't needed. After two months of using the toilet in our household, I give it high, but not perfect, praise. Here's my feedback: The toilet tank is smaller than conventional tanks and therefore stands away from the wall more than our old one that was replaced... not a positive or negative, but just for you to be aware. You need to hold the flush button down for a few seconds, otherwise you may not get a full flush cycle. To date, we have used a plunger 4 times - a great improvement, but not perfect. Saying that, the plunge was quick to clear the toilet and didn't take much effort. Overall, I'm pleased with the product.
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Initial post: Nov 1, 2012 2:11:48 PM PDT
Believer of Liberty says:
I just want to ask about the four times that you have had to use the plunger. Was it because the low water flow button was pushed instead of the high water flow button? I suppose you did try the high flow button before reaching for the plunger but I just wanted understand. Like you, I also have problems with our toilet and want to be sure this is the one to replace it with. Thank you.
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 9, 2012 7:10:10 AM PST
H. Al-Harethi says:
I want to know if this is a "round" or elongated (oval) toilet seat? Can you clarify please?
Posted on Nov 9, 2013 8:54:16 AM PST
Professor Wagstaff says:
If the boys are dropping redwoods you may have to institute the pinch and flush rule before session is completed.
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