Without intending to do so, my good friend leslie asked me to
troubleshoot her toilet situation, which I as an adapted carpenter, try
So what would be my method to troubleshoot a pooperei that will
I'd probly want to show up with an anchor kit, because I can't imagine
it's less than demounting the throne.
If it's the tank that overflows, it's the filler in the tank.
Best course of action is to replace but look at it first.
Could be something blocking it's closure or leaking ball, etc.
If it's the bowl overflowing, first step is plunger.
If that fails, you want a snake. A cheap hand operated one
will usually do.
It's very unlikely that "demounting" the bowl will be required.
On Nov 28, 10:18 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Like always, the OP is a little vague. Maybe because he is stating
what was stated to him from her.
Anyway, in regards to the tank overflowing............
Some tanks seem to flow into the bowl constantly, even tho the valve
appears to shut the water off before it reaches the top of the fill
tube. In this case, the water is being siphon in because the little
fill hose is lower than the water level in the tank. All one has to do
is raise the fill hose above the tanks water level.
The answer is yes, no, maybe, absolutely, only in the Northern Hemisphere,
and I don't have a clue.
Now there's a word that can have many meanings, causes, and solutions.
Would you care to share with us exactly where this overflow is so that we
might be some sort of help?
Patient to doctor, as patient lifts arm, "Doc, it hurts when I do that."
Doctor to patient, "Don't do that. And don't forget to pay the
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