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    #16
    My guess is the tablets are salt (NaCL), a little electric current through it and it strips the CL (chlorine) off and squirts a little bleach into the toilet. That's basically all those little blue tabs are you throw in the tank.
    https://forums.homeseer.com/forum/de...plifier-plugin

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      #17
      Personally here use bleach once a week (always) to clean the toilet bowel and surrounding area tile.

      It works fine for me and I prefer it over automating.
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        #18
        Nobody has touched on my first thought: "Who has an Alexa in their bathroom(s) and why?"
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          #19
          Originally posted by ewkearns View Post
          Nobody has touched on my first thought: "Who has an Alexa in their bathroom(s) and why?"
          My SO does. She listens to news and such on it.
          -Wade

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            #20
            Originally posted by Wade View Post

            My SO does. She listens to news and such on it.
            I wonder if she knows the Alexa team is "listening back?"
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              #21
              Originally posted by ewkearns View Post

              I wonder if she knows the Alexa team is "listening back?"
              Easy enough way around that. Use one of the Node-Red Alexa integrations with Homeseer. Mute the mic locally on the Echo. In order to get your news briefing (or any Alexa routine) to run simply create an HS event that is triggered by your dimmer/scene controller in the bathroom. Two taps up on the scene controller can trigger a news briefing on the Echo.

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                #22
                If it's not Alexa listening, your phone is. I doubt very much that most people disable the listening ability of their cell phones.
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                  #23
                  Bathrooms still utilize touch screen tables running Linux / Squeezeplayer (locally or remotely). Phones are off when at home.

                  Here at 10 Alexa devices and mostly manage the TTS using Alexa Media Manager and make video calls to my kids / grandchildren.

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by ewkearns View Post

                    I wonder if she knows the Alexa team is "listening back?"
                    Yes, she is aware. It's not the only Alexa in our house, and the bathroom isn't used for private discussions any more than any other room. As for other sounds they may hear, well, so be it...

                    Originally posted by TC1 View Post

                    Easy enough way around that. Use one of the Node-Red Alexa integrations with Homeseer. Mute the mic locally on the Echo. In order to get your news briefing (or any Alexa routine) to run simply create an HS event that is triggered by your dimmer/scene controller in the bathroom. Two taps up on the scene controller can trigger a news briefing on the Echo.
                    Should also be able to do this with jon00's voicemonkey plugin, too.
                    -Wade

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by Pete View Post
                      Here at 10 Alexa devices and mostly manage the TTS using Alexa Media Manager
                      What is "Alexa Media Manager" ?

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                        #26
                        Alexa Media Manager
                        - Pete

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by Pete View Post
                          Thanks for the clarification.
                          I'm just starting to experiment with Node-Red control of Alexa and I'm not sure if this HA integration brings anything new to the table. Like most most of these public/non-official Alexa hacks, they seem to constantly break as Amazon changes things in the background since there is no official API from Amazon.

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by happnatious1 View Post
                            My guess is the tablets are salt (NaCL), a little electric current through it and it strips the CL (chlorine) off and squirts a little bleach into the toilet. That's basically all those little blue tabs are you throw in the tank.
                            It's a saline and vinegar solution. It gets mixed with water in the Smile's tank.
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                              #29
                              Why didn't I think of this. A squirt gun on steroids with consumables. This is how you make money
                              -Rupp
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                                #30
                                Originally posted by Rupp View Post
                                Why didn't I think of this. A squirt gun on steroids with consumables. This is how you make money
                                Basically, that is exactly what it is.
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