The toilet in the master bath will drain water out immediately as you pour
it into the bowl. If you pour in a gallon, it will return to the previous
water level without flushing. It also makes a very slight gurgling sound
now and then if left undisturbed. I just bought this house and I don't
know what has been tried. What could cause these problems?
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What is that level. All standard toilets have a trap arangement that
normally will establish a certain level no matter how the water enters the
If the water is low (not all toilets have the same level) then there may
be a crack in the bowl and that means replacement.
This sounds a lot like a blocked or improper vent or drain. That could
also cause the level to be low. If you like going up on the roof, and can
do so safely, you can try running water down the vent(s). That may clear a
blocked vent. A blocked drain may need to be snaked from the clean out in
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