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R” Joseph Soloveitzchik of yu also had
the thing is i make sure its not a chatzitzah and in fact helps me where i should place my tefillin
no… I’ve seen it everywhere including ner yisroel and shlangers
i guess in the way of the gentiles but just brushed to the side
Sometimes there is no one to ask if the water fountain is ok, so how would I know if it’s ok on my own? Most water fountains don’t have a visible plug, so you can’t tell if it’s unplugged. Would there be something about the water fountain, aside for the plug, which would help me identify if it’s a mechanical one? Sam2 said about the “perfect stream”-but is that true?
The motor for every water fountain goes on. I don’t know if it only goes on after someone uses it, though.
If a water fountain is ok to use in some circumstances, then what are they, and how would we know if it’s ok. Maybe one shul has one that is ok to use and another has one that’s not ok to use. How would I know if it’s ok to use? Also, there are some that have buttons. So how would I know?
Sam2: How would I know if it’s plugged in? It’s not like there’s a wire coming out of it.