Why Doesn't the Water Always Go down When the Toilet Is Flushed?

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Toilet water not flushing completely can be cause by various reasons. These include the toilet tank not having enough water due to a malfunction or breakage, blocked toilet bowl, filled septic tank, blocked vent or a bad pipe down slope.
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1. Take the lid off the top of the toilet and carefully set it aside. 2. Remove the lift chain from the stopper at the bottom of the basin. The stopper is a rubber circle about half
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Partially clogged main drain or the little holes you see under the rim may be stopped up. Another possibility which is rare but can happen is the vent pipe can become plugged.
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try holding down the handel till it flushes. you might have to change the flapper or raise the water level in the tank.
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One of my toilets does this, too. Not all the time, but often enough to be extremely frustrating. Solids or liquids - doesn't matter. Water level in toilet is constant and this is
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