maybejet wrote:Seems like too many steps and too many parts to keep up with for the average consumer...and useless for a professional. Might(?) be worth a try for $10-20. Would love to hear feedback from users!
The bulb pump part that fits in the toilet... is totally useless !
I tried to use the included hand bulb pump, but it did not provide any movement on the pressure gauge sufficient to operate the the unit !!
The hand bulb part that looks like a blood pressure bulb, can't build any pressure...... mainly because the air leaks out at the connection as was observed by the bubbles continually coming from it, no matter how hard I tightened it !
The large round connection works a little better.....once seated tightly in your toilet, I used the hand pump ...which generates a lot of pressure....Only draw back,...if it's not seated just right,...the water blasts back in your face !!!
I kinda solved that....once I had the seal seated as best I could and I had the unit pumped with air, I draped a towel over the seat and let'r rip !
It got rid of the minor flow problem, but this item is really a JOKE !!!!!!!!!
Especially for the price !
I'm gonna see if they'll let me return it !!