Interesting about the flushometer. Guessing the bypass port is what gets adjusted to change flow timing and where bits of grit or precipitate impair the functioning. Sometimes a sharp rap with the side of a fist is sufficient to get the valve to close. Having worked in a school environment for over 20 years, we always have those valves running nonstop at times.
Yes, I"m sure you can repair them but unless you replace most of the parts that can go wrong at that time you will have other parts not replaced possibly fail sooner than you would if you put a whole new unit in and we had long travel time plus a 2 man crew that the client was being charged for and units were very heavily used in a larger grocery store. I just read the royal vs regal I've not noticed which ones we replaced but I have messed with new auto flush units of one brand and it was a disaster not sure why but we had leaks on about 1/4 of them and couldn't figure out how to stop them as nobody had experience repairing them. Hopefully they fixed the problem as brand new flush valves automatic or not shouldn't leak at allThere are a few different things that can cause issues over time. They have a fix for most of them. https://sloanrepair.com/blogs/blog/sloan-royal-vs-regal-flushometer-comparison
I've been purchasing the new & improved version without knowing.
The drinking cup was a great invention. Double wall coffee cup? Neat-o!!
Polarized sunglasses just work. Rhinestone shades or cheap sunglasses.
Polaroid, the company most think of as a camera company invented them.
Polarized glasses make portions of my car's dashboard display vanish completely. Mostly non-safety-critical stuff like temperature but still annoying.
I also only buy polarized lenses. I thought that I couldn't read the clock on my car radio because the lenses made it darker. Who'd a thought?
I don't have a problem with learning something every day, because I often forget it and get to learn it again!
After a couple of decades using and killing cheap Torx bits, and recently stripping both of my remaining T6 ones on clip screws that they never got fully tightened, I finally stopped being half-assed and got a set of Wihas.
The set of 8 cost 6x what the little Husky 8 in 1 things(that I've ruined 4 of, total) do, but my clips won't budge, now, because I finally got something that actually works:thumbsup:
Should have bought a good Torx set a long time ago, as into folding knives as I used to be...