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Re: What is "Grey Water"?
In some areas with water shortage issues, in order to conserve levels of potable water, some installations use grey water for toilets. Grey water is waste water produced from processes such as washing dishes, laundry and bathing.
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Terry is correct
sewerage to the sewerage pipe or septic tank with the overflow of the tank running out into a properly constructed septic pit
The rest is grey water and can be used to water gardens ,lawns, paddocks etc
You can get a new seal at almost any hardware store. Turn the water off. Just give the grey cap about a 1/4 turn and it will come off. Pull the black rubber out and put the new one in. The rod inside the ballcock eventually pierces the rubber diaphragm. The cost is about $2.
My Kohler Ingenium has no pins. The white cap is attached to the grey lever which must be lifted up before twisting both one-eighth turn counter-clockwise, and lifting off of fill tube. Turn the water supply back on and flush the tube out (cover with cup first!). Use a thin wire rod about 12" long to gently poke down into fill tube to clear any clogs. Also check where the small flexible fill tube exits from the main fill tube. Reassemble and cross your fingers.