Question about Kohler K-3384-2 San Raphael Elongated Toilet With French Curve Quiet-Close
If you have a plunger you can try to force it on into main line where it should go on out. You can get a inexpensive toilet auger at hardware store,about $15.00 and try to hook onto them and pull them back out or push them on through. If you've never used a closet auger you just insert end into toilet bowl with coil retrieval end into opening in bowl. hold hand crank with one hand and auger body with the other and rotate crank in clockwise direction. Use hand on auger body to hold it in place and continue crankink. I would reccomend you go in about two to two and one half feet. Then cotinue crankink while you pull back on cable to remove it from toilet. I would not crank in opposit direction unless cable gets caught. Hope this helps you. Thanks
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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