I went away for a week and my toilet froze and cracked the tank. The fill
valve kept running and water went everywhere! It's been minus 20 here all
week and I left the heat off and the water froze. I now have a f*cking
iceberg in my house that weighs about 10000 pounds! It's starting to crack
the floor joists.
How do I get rid of this thing? :(
How long will I slide?
Take it out in chunks man. If you let it melt you'll have even bigger
problems. Use a blow dryer to melt small sections and chisel out hunks
And next time, set your thermostat in the house above freezing when you
What a Bull Shit troll, and of course most of all the responses are
trolls if you ckeck names and IPs, the pipes at the cold walls would
have freezed first, ruining everything and likely the house and
flooding the basement. And the list goes on and on, before the toilet
froze, which would be the last thing in a chain of events to be ruined
by its heavy design! By the time the toilet breaks from freezing, the
house is already flooded
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