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Thread: Does the push button work better than the lever flush?

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    Default Does the push button work better than the lever flush?

    All the apartments I have been to have toilets with the lever flush system installed. I wouldn’t say that they are complete trash and unreliable. A few have been on point while most break at the joint or downright refuses to function. I end up replacing the entire unit or spending more on service charges. I want to try this toilet with the flush button. Can you share a few pros and cons of such systems before I financially commit myself?


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    Any failure I have ever experienced in the function of a flush toilet has never been the flush lever... If you are breaking them on a regular basis then you're doing it wrong. It's a toilet, not a slot machine.

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    OH, ... So, it was a button flush...

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    It seems to work pretty good.

    Well, OP, I guess that answers your question.

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