Why Won't my Toilet Flush?

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There could be a lot of reasons why a toilet won't flush. Makes sure that the string that is connected to the lever you press when you flush is connected to the stopper. Check to make sure there isn't a clog. Sometimes the holes in the toilet that water comes from when flushing get clogged with lime and calcium.
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1. Check the water level in the toilet tank. The water should be about 1/2 inch below the top of the overflow tube. Water level that is lower means that the tank is not filling up
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If you have small kids you might want to check for toys. Little boys just love to throw matchbox cars down the toilet and try to flush them away. If toys are not the culprit then
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There are actually more than one person who gets credit for this wonderful device. In 1798 a valve-flush toliet was invented by J.F. Brondel. In 1775 Alexander Cummings invented the
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because it is clogged < nope. If a toilet has a blockage it will over flow. When you say the toilet will fill are you talking about the tank?
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