C-Bus Controlled Toilet Flusher (Has it gone to far)

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    I guess it has its advantages if you get up the road and forget to flush or if your having a party and want to flush your mate whilst he is going
     

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    Its just a flash in the pan.
     
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    - it's better to use a motion detector...
     
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    not when the bathroom is this small and for pan flushing as it will be flushing all the time even if your just washing your hands or in the middle of it.
    Motion Sensors are best suited to urinals in hotels / clubs from experience
     
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    That's cool.

    I can see great potential in simulating a haunted house from the comfort of your bedroom. Excellent for keeping visitors on their toes.
     
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    Errr - I was ummm... referring to a different type of "Motion" :eek:
     
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