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Journal of Halacha & Contemporary Society, No. XXI - Spring 91 - Pesach 5751 has an article by Rabbi Michael Broyde - Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School, and Rabbi Howard Jachter - Associate Rabbi of Congregation Beth Judah in Brooklyn which gives Rabbi Auerbach's opinion in his own words. The article concludes that current ...


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The Avnei Yashfei 30:5 writes that using a faucet does not count as using a kli since it is connected(to pipes) to the the house and has a din of being attached and cannot be considered a kli(utensil). So even turning the faucet on and off with your hands wouldn't help. Rav Eliyashiv holds this way as well and is also quoted in Ashrei Ha'Ish(Chelek 1:pg.203 ...


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Regarding human/animal power Similar to @Loewian by a regular valve the human is actually relieving the pressure that is in the pipe (so the first water that comes out is regarded as human propelled ( source)) But by an electrical valve the human is not reliving the pressure physically but it is only being caused by him (There might be an opinion that if ...



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