Get a one or two gallon bucket of water and pour it straight into your toilet. If the water goes down like a normal flush, your sewer line is fine and your toilet probably needs to be replaced or chemically treated.
some people flush their fish down the toilet when it dies, and the toilet is connected to the sewer.
Oh Yes, very common problem
It will more than likely plug the toilet and/or drain line and cause a flood and backup of the sewer
the toilet overflows if either the building sewer, branch line in your sewer system or trap in your toilet gets clogged.
Need to install a sewer pump to pump the sewer up to the sewer waste line
you most likely hve a bad seal at the wax ring.You did replace it when you replaced they toilet diden,t you?
Your toilet waste should not be going anywhere near your sump pump ! Toilet waste is supposed to go down a sewer pipe to the street sewer or to your septic tank. No sump pump is involved unless you had a broken toilet pipe and you would definitely smell that.
Urine, faeces, toilet paper are allowed, anything else is likely to block the toilet or cause a blockage somewhere along the sewer pipe. Soiled disposable nappies, baby wipes, should never be put down a toilet.
it goes to the sewer
Goes straight to sewer
You are to heavy to use the toilet.You must lose at least twenty pounds before using that toilet again. another way is to pay at least 12,000 at most 342,000 to fix your whole plumbing system and rip out your floors to fix the pipes.
A toilet can often be unplugged by using a plunger. If the plunger does not unplug the toilet, a sewer or drain snake may work to unplug the toilet.
is is most certainly a blockage in the sewer line. Call a plumber to come and check it out and clean your sewer line for you.
it goes into the sewer!!!
no they live in your toilet sewer
It seals the gap between the base of the toilet and the toilet mounting flange so that sewage and sewer gases don't escape into the building.
The Chinese baby boy rescued from the sewer pipe after being flushed down the toilet was in Jinhua, Zheijang Province in China.
A compression flange is used to connect a toilet to the sewer line.
It depends on how many types of toilets there are. If there are two toilets installed then the standard toilet sewer pipe size for that is 3". If there are three or more toilets then a 4" sewer pipe is needed for an adequate drainage.
Check trap seals
If your not recycling, then usually to the landfill, or if it is from a toilet (etc), the sewer.