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Just had a new toilet installed, a modern dual flush system, but it seems when you flush it seems to push up the water in the bowl then drain
rather than pushing it all down and away, plumber thinks its maybe that
on some toilets the water now comes thru holes under the rim which takes
away some pressure, not sure, any answers please
I believe what your plumber was referring to are the flushing orifices. Yes they have changed through the years. Unless you have a pressure assisted toilet, the orifices are what makes it flush, by breaking the trap seal and creating a vacuum. Now that being said you can check to see if this is the problem by filling up a bucket with aprox. 2 gallons of water and dumping it straight into the bowl. It should flush right down with out hesitation. If it does then your orifices are not working properly. If this is a new stool, it is possible it is just a bad mold and should be replaced. I hope this helps. Your new toilet should flush for you.
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