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My new EZ-33 cloggs easily with small amount of waste to flush.

Liquids flush easily, but solids get stopped. Waste line is open, as sink water drains normally.

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  • Fred May 11, 2010

    This unit should be an excellent flusher as it has a MaP test rating of 1000 grams. Jacuzzi doesn't show a parts diagram on there website for this model so I can't tell what the flush mechansim is like. Does it have a flapper? If so, does it stay open for a moment when the flush lever is pushed?



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You have to take the whole toilet out. you need to check the opening of the down pipe. most likely the wax ring is blocking the soilds. shunt off the water drain out the toilet, unbolt the floor bolts and left it up. clean out the down pipe and replace a new wax ring.

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