Why does my Toilet Bubble?

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A toilet bubbling when you flush it is usually due to bad venting in the pipes. This is a tricky problem to address yourself and you may wish to contact a plumber.
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Your toilet is bubbling most likely because you have air in the lines. When this happens there is either a leak or something inside the line letting air out. If it is troublesome or you notice water leaking call a plumber.
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