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Toto seems to flush,but suction not working and waste not emtying

Toto seems to flush, but does not empty and clear away the waste. it seems that the suction is not working.

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Check the discharge hole, meaning you have to take down the toilet.
and make sure the water in the tank is at a proper high. you need the volume to create the wirlpool and push the waste.

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