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Old 09-14-2010, 09:43 AM   #1
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anyone familiar with H2ORB toilet overflow preventer?


Had a toilet overflow in upstairs bathroom yesterday and thinking about some kind of overflow prevention (plenty of kids around the house). wondering if anyone has experience with one of these doohickees? http://www.theh2orb.com/green/

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It's garbage. My maintenance team used them for about 6 months. It gave many false alerts. Sometimes they don't even work.

The earlier version, called Flow Manager, was a better model. It was basic, but easy to use. The one bad thing about it, however is the battery. It uses 4 batteries. They need to be changed every 6 months. Sometimes, the batteries don't fit well in its compartment, so you need to alter the way the batteries go into the compartment.

I am a facilities manager at an assisted living facility, 10 yrs experience.


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Purchase American Standard Champion toilets... Your problem will cease to exist....
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anyone familiar with H2ORB toilet overflow preventer?


Thank you for your suggestion. What about Penguin toilets with over flow preventer? This is new.
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