On Sat, 04 Sep 2010 11:42:43 -0700, Bob Villa wrote:
Roger that. Both squish the waste and water column in the siphon S
together so there is no space between them making the siphon action
as best it can be. Gee we all learnt how a toilet werks! A siphon-less
toilet requires only the bowl fill aggressively to flush. This can get a
little messy if you know what I mean. I had the chance while in Europe to
use an old style Water Closet commode. The one with the tank high on the
wall. Talk about needing to wipe your ass after you flushed it if you
didn't flush standing up. I was warned forehand luckily.
Had the same problem here. The Mrs kept using the blue tabs in the
tank in the upstairs bath because she liked the color. I didn't use
them in the basement bath. After trying pretty much everything else, I
flushed out the tank with hot water to get rid of any blue gunk and
kept flushing the hot water to clear out the passages. That did the
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