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My toilet is a hotel toilet. Would you like about 50 shampoo bottles and soaps? your friend, Steve

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You might be able to use a flexible extension pick up tool with a built in magnet. If not then it's time to remove the toilet.

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My kolher k3497 will not hold water in the bowl. It drops way below the water level.\r\nWhen first flushed it fills correctly but if toilet is not used in four or five days the water level drops way...


It depends on what you mean "not used daily".

I am discounting any possible cracks.

If you only see this after a month or so, the water just evaporates.
If the water level in the bowl drops more often, the different pressure could cause it to exit the normal way. You could try opening and closing a few doors while watching if the water moves at all.

You can have someone flush the 'regular' toilet while you watch the water in the bowl of your guest toilet. There should be no movement at all.

If none of this gives any indications, I guess a plumber might know after inspecting it.

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Water swirls but does not siphon


Hi,
A few things to check.....
Is enough water dropping... maybe the flapper is not working right or the tank is not filling properly..
Are the holes in the ring under the seat filled with ****??? or dirt???
Is the toilet vented properly??? maybe the vent is plugged... no air... no flush...
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Drain pipe is plugged under toilet...

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Toilet Carolla takes 5 minutes to refill


Shut water off at toilet and remove supply at tank connection. Get a bucket and test the flow of water by turning valve back on. If it is good then you know the problem is the fill valve. If you can't free any debris from the bottom of fill valve, replace it. Be sure before you reconnect supply to new valve after you flush out supply into bucket.

Should flow out of supply line be weak, the valve and supply should be changed. It is always good practice to replace the supply lines after working on fixtures. Faulty supply lines can cause considerable damage to your home. Always make sure connections are nice and snug (don't over tighten)

One more note: If your home still has galvanized piping, don't waste your money on new updated, high efficiency fixtures and appliances! They will ALL give you problems from the rust and corrosion that flows through your galvanized pipes. Today everything is designed for low flow, water saving and efficiency. That means they contain restrictive components which easily become congested from rusty galvanized piping! Call a professional to replace your entire water system from the source with copper. You can then enjoy the Tank-less water heaters, electronic faucets, pull out faucets and ultra low flow toilets with far fewer problems!

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Lid to toilet tank as i dropped the lid and broke it.


Hello;
Go down and buy another seat for your toilet. Under the rim are 2 nuts 1 on each side. Unscrew the nuts directly under the back of the seat. When the nuts are removed pull the seat off and discard. Install the new seat in the reverse order.
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Nov 08, 2008 | Toilet & Bidet Accessories

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sent you an email - an idea let's think about it before starting a "meeting" - gotta bounce it's 8am here. later dude.

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