Three new toilets in three new bathrooms in a new addition. All
built/installed by the same contractor. The only known difference is that
the three toilets are different models. Two of them work with nary a hitch.
One of them clogs on solid matter 4 out of 5 times, going on months now.
Plunging eventually works. Sometimes just waiting a few hours and trying
again works. Usually, though, it takes plunging.
I'm presuming that the pipes into which the three toilets empty are a
standard, equal, size, since I imagine (but don't know) that toilets are
built to fit a standard pipe. Therefore I'm presuming the persistently
clogging toilet is itself to blame, not the pipe into which it empties,
since the other toilets do not have the same problem. I'm ready to throw
out the offending toilet and get another one, but don't want to do so if
expert opinion suggests I might have overlooked something. Have I?
Life\'s That Way: A Memoir, by Jim Beaver
Amy Einhorn Books/G.P. Putnam\'s Sons
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