Why won't my toilet drain?

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There could be various reasons why your toilet won't drain. Debris and lime build up, incorrect adjustments to the mechanism in the tank, problem with drain vents, and objects dropped in the bowl are some of the possible reasons why a toilet gets clogged and won't drain.
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1- Not enough volume 2- Not enough pressure 3- Possible mineral deposits are blocking the water supply out let 4- Partial stoppage /obstruction 5- Improper installation 6- Poor venting
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This could indicate a slight blockage in your sewer line. Get a plumber asap to assess your sewer line, it may need cleaning or clearing, and rather get the problem early than later
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