Why Is My Toilet Bowl Not Holding Water in Bowl?

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There could be a couple of different reasons why the toilet bowl won't hold water. First, check to make sure the isn't a leak some where in the pipes. One sign of this is leaking in the basement. Another problem could be a plugged vent, you can check by switching on the sink and watching the water level. It could also be a crack in the trap of the toilet. The only way to know for sure is to call your local plumber.
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1- Capillary action / stoppage. 2- Negative / positive pressure. 3- back pressure.
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sounds like the drain pipe the toilet flows into is cracked. Access the pipe from under the house if possible, if not you will have to pull some of the floor up around the toilet
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