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To start... I've had the opportunity to review MANY many many many of these types of tempered screen protectors now. I'm generally in love with them, but when it comes down to these reviews I'm splitting hairs a bit. Many of my reviews will sound similar, but note that I'm basically using a rubric to rate these.
Worked perfectly to seal hundreds of pinholes on the bottom of our Intex vinyl pool. Holes likely occurred due to manufacturer shelf storage and the effects of our constant Hawaiian sun and weather after setup. No leaks for two months now. Following directions on label and website are a must. Failure to do so results in failure, which is why negative reviews about this product appear. I cannot offer advice on other types of leaks, as in plumbing, underground pools, etc.
This unit was a direct plug and play for the Kenmore it replaced. The output tube aligned directly with the existing plumbing which made it super easy. I didn't have to remove the old sink mount which was an insinkerator mounted to the old Kenmore. The disposer is heavy and aligning the collars while holding it in the air could have been pretty rough. Instead I was able to place the disposer on top of 2 4x4 blocks of wood. That put it only an inch under the connection and enabled me to push it straight up and in and lock it into the mount. Since I already had the old one out when the new one arrived the whole thing took me 20:00 minutes at most. A lot has been expressed about the noise level. While it is quieter, who cares? Who's running their garbage disposal overnight? Truthfully the only reason I bought this unit from Amazon was because it was not available in local stores. Had it been, the $10 I saved would not have been worth the inconvenience of being without a kitchen sink while waiting for it to arrive. The old one died late Friday night, I researched and ordered the InSinkErator on Sunday morning and received it Tuesday around 4:00 p.m. A few people have posted that the rubber gasket does not let water flow fast enough and that the sink backs up with water. I did not find this to be the case. In some cases homeowners may have the valve that regulates the water coming into their house adjusted to high. I had this problem a couple years ago. When a plumber replaced it after it failed he told me that having that valve adjusted with increased water pressure can make other in-home valves as well as dishwasher and washing machines fail prematurely. It makes sense. I also noted that the photos from purchasers back in 2007 showed a much nicer drain plug that had stainless steel trim. The one that came with mine was a cheap piece of plastic that will get thrown under the sink and probably never seen again. There has also been much written about the fact that it comes without a power cord. You shouldn't need one unless your existing cable is worn out or you're doing a brand new installation rather than a replacement..
New in Chess supposedly is the best magazine in the world.... Really? From the moment they changed to big size format, better paper and color pictures they drastically reduced the number of annotated games. Let's see how this goes: