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Infrared faucet SPORADIC OPERATION

The faucet runs too much and sometimes not enough. I clean the external lens sometimes this helps but not always??
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Simply a drop of water can be a problem. I deal with 24 of these things on a daily basis. They're nice but, I would recommend replacing them with manual faucets.

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