@ohhwell everything about this seems to be like the model in my kitchen… and if so there is a knob on the control box that you can turn that will shut this option off. But it also shuts off the sensor so once you get used to using it, it’s a chore to actually use the handle… fucking 3rd world shit.
IT IS however necessary to be able to shut this timer off if you live in a place that gets below freezing (I use this every year, and I am in Texas) so that you can leave a continuous trickle of water.
I love my faucet so much I’m contemplating buying one of these simply to have a back up at half the “on sale” price i got the one i have.
@jnicholson0619 We got the nickel one back then and love it, actually just bought the bronze finish one for future renovations as it will fit the planned decor better. Fraction of the price we’ve seen at the big box home stores!