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

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Perhaps the biggest reason that toilet water won't go down in a toilet is because of a clogged line. It could be a clog anywhere from the toilet to the sewer line, but there should be other backed up lines, like the shower, if the clog is located very far from the toilet. In most circumstances, one should be able to use a good quality plunger to get the clog. Other options include chemical clog removers and drain snaking.
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There are a variety of possible reasons that would cause water not to go down when flushed. The most common reasons are (1) an object has been accidently (or spitefully! flushed in
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Before you begin trying to fix the problem, you must first rule out a potential cause. Fill a 5-gallon bucket with water, and pour the bucket of water into the toilet bowl quickly
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Get a glove, a cup, and a bucket and
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First you want to see if the clog is isolated to the toilet. It's harder in an apartment, but you can get a good idea. Run water in each sink for a few minutes to make sure they don't
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