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My toilet handle turns but the toilet won't flush. i heard a snap and then it didnt turn to flush

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Your attachment to the flapper valve broke...it is either a plastic connection or a metal chain type connection...easy fix.
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How to fix a toilet tank that won't flush unless you hold handle down for awhile.


Check to make sure the chain fromanagement the trip lever to the flapper does not have too much slack in it if there is shorten the chain so when the lever is down there is just a little slack in the chain. Hope this helps
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When flushingtoilet water backs up inshower


You can try this, get a bottle of liquid plumber industrial or pro, and pour the entire bottle into the pipe in the toilet, when you remove the toilet cover you see a pipe that has a water line in it from the fill valve, if you can't pour the liquid into this pipe, then turn off the water to the toilet, flush it and hold the handle until all the water has emptied out.


Now while holding the handle, pour the bottle into the hole where the stopper is open, the hole where the water goes down.

Wait a hour, then take a bucket of hot water and fill the toilet water tank, flush it, do this again.

Now turn the water back on and flush. If the shower still over flows, you will need a plumber to come and snake the main line from the toilet down until the clog is cleared.

Unless he finds a close access near the toilet if this is on the first floor and he can do it from the basement.

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Fluidmaster Dual Flush Valve S2DBL won't flush.


Fluidmaster S2DBL Dual flush valve - would not flush
The dual flush wouldn't work at all. So I slid the lid off part B (lever mounting base) and found the ball end of flush cable was not in the mating hole on lever arm. With needle nose pliers I pulled and pushed the ball into the hole and slide lid back on till it snapped. Snapped B to C (handle) - problem solved!
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I wont to replace the sealant from around the tiolet waste pipe, what is the best way of doing this?


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How to Troubleshoot a Flushometer

A flushometer consists of a metal pipe extending from the back of a toilet with a slender handle on the side that is used to flush a toilet. This type of flush valve is commonly used for toilets in commercial facilities to provide a durable and accurate flush delivery system. If the flushometer does not work properly, troubleshoot it and perform minor repairs. Common issues are often resolved quickly. If troubleshooting does not correct the problem, call a plumber for repairs.

Does Not Flush

1 Inspect the handle assembly. A broken handle or assembly will prevent flushing. If damaged, unscrew and remove the handle assembly. Replace the handle or repair it with a handle repair kit

2 Open the main water supply valve to turn the water on fully. The water supply is normally turned on, but check to make sure it is turned on fully and has not been turned off inadvertently

3 Remove the flushometer's CP cover, the round cap on the very top of the pipe extending from the toilet. Then remove the inside cover directly underneath the cap. Inspect the relief valve. Replace it if it is visibly damaged.


Short Flush

1 Remove the CP cover and inside cover. The CP cover is located on the very top of the pipe extending from the back of the toilet. The inside cover is underneath the CP cover and the diaphragm assembly is located beneath the inside cover. Remove and inspect the diaphragm assembly. A damaged diaphragm assembly can cause a short and incomplete flush. Replace it if it is visibly damaged.

2 Replace or repair the handle assembly. A damaged handle can result in a short flush. If damaged, unscrew and remove the handle assembly. Replace the handle or repair it using a handle repair kit.

3 Remove the CP cover and inside cover to remove the diaphragm assembly. If a low consumption diaphragm is installed on a water-saver fixture or a urinal diaphragm is installed on a toilet fixture, replace it with an appropriate diaphragm.

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One of our EcoQuantum toilets really doesn't flush. It flushes part way, but only pushing the handle down; it does nothing pushing the handle up. We have to flush several times to get it to work. What do...


Hello

Im Rossouw. qwalifide plumber

Ur problem most likely is ur arm conected to your flush handel.
If the arm is iron, try bending it down so that when u use the handel it has more leverage tolift up ur sistern flush rubber and create a flow facume as we call it.

if its plastick.... u must ajust the hight of ur flush meganisem by turning the head were the arm is conected left and pushing it down and turning it right to fasen it again. this will also work for iron arm bt is un nessesery for iron arm.

ajust hight until problem is solved.

Please rate my advice thanx :]

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How do you remove the flush handle


Virtually all flush handles are secured by a white or black plastic nut on the inside of the tank at the point where the lever comes through the tank wall. It is loostened by turning it clockwise instead of counterclockwise.

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After each flush as the water refill it makes a sound like a siron


Sounds like to much water pressure.  Try turning the shut off valve off.  Flush the toilet.  Then slowly turn the valve back on until it makes the noise again.  When the noise is heard, turn the valve back a little bit untill the sound stops.

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Plastic under flush handle stripped.


If the threads are not stripped on the nut or handle it should be fine. IMPORTANT TO KNOW!!! These are left handed threads, Meaning they tighten up the opposite way of a normal nut and bolt. If the threads are bad or damaged, you will have to purchase a new flush handle. They are not expensive at all. $2 - $10 Dollars. But first try screwing the nut on by turning it to the left instead of the right.

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