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Commercial stool doesn't flush even with good water pressure

The water was shut off for 3 weeks and the extra lines were removed so that we could drain them and shut our warehouse down. We cut and capped the lines except for the bathrooms.
The water was never drained from any of the stools, urinals, or water fountains. When we turned the water back on the 2 water fountains, 2 urinals, 2 basins, and 2 stools will not flush even with good water presasure.
What is odd is that the 2 stools on the end of the water lines work great but nothing inbetween works. I have removed the hoses to the basins and removed a slug looking mess fromboth the hot water and cold water lines but water can't get past the rest of what ever is in the lines.
My main concern it getting the stools to flush and and how to disassemble the stools and the urinal.

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Hi!
It seems like water pressure is not sufficient. Make sure that water line is of provided size.

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The main problem is thr clogging in the tubings which needs to be cleaned manually .dissassemble the sackets to remove the cloggings.

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Make sure the drain is clear! if the drian is blocked water has no place to go!

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