Most likely, the problem is in the cistern (the thing behind the toilet bowl with the handle in it).
If you think it's obstructed, lift the lid on the cistern and see if you can see why; otherwise, fill a bucket with water and pour it quickly into the bowl. That flushes the toilet and will serve until you can get a plumber to deal with the cistern. It will also help to keep the risk of disease low.
1. Flush toilet (toilet bowl cleaner should be rinsed away) 2. Try again (should be yellow this time) 3. If problem persists, consult toilet bowl cleaner company.
Holes under toilet bowl rim need cleaned out.
Turn off the water to the toilet and flush so that no water is in the bowl. Add CLR (available at most stores) and let it sit for the rec commended time. Brush to clean. Turn the water back on and flush.
If there are urine stains in your toilet bowl, pour a generous amount of bleach into the toilet bowl and under the rim, then leave overnight. The next morning, flush the toilet and pour more bleach into the bowl and scrub with a toilet brush.
No, if it is an old toilet needing 8L or more. You will have to flush 2 or 3 times to have a complete flush even when it is a slight number 1... The problem is there will not be enough water delivered to make the siphon works properly. I had this problem. The new bowl are smaller and 6L (sometimes 4L for a number 1...) are sufficient for a standard number 2... So I also changed my toilet bowl.
turn the pressure down at the toilet flush valve
A toilet bowl was made for people to go to the bathroom inside their house. To use a toilet bowl, you have to first sit on it and go to the bathroom. When you are done, you push the handle down to flush it.
You would need to pour the water into the bowl.
not all toilet bowls and tanks are compatible. If your toilet bowl has no holes for a tank it most likely a bowl that is made for a flush valve, or a high or low boy mounted tank.
If your plunger is left in the bowl. :) Since I've been snaking out toilets for many years I come to the conclusion that when a toilet doesn't flush right, the reason is like lightening and it never strikes the same reason twice. So your problem of your toilet not flushing smooth can be a million different problems but 90% of those problems are in the toilet bowl trap. If you plunge and snake the toilet and it still wont flush right then pull the toilet and look at the drain and if its clear then your problem is still the toilet which since china makes stuff so cheap , its almost cheaper to buy a new toilet then to buy the repair kit for your old one, in fact to have me repair your toilet and to have me install a new toilet with buying the toilet would be about the same price so almost everyone gets a new toilet and we live happily ever after.
All of it if you don't flush or if it doesn't leak.
Certainly, as long as, all the solids are removed during the flush.
The main drain is plugged. You may need to remove the toilet and snake directly down the drain.
That means that your toilet is clogged, or your toilet was clogged and you need to just flush once more.
Yes you can flush it. It's possible for a toilet trap to go dry after that much time. When you flush just make sure you check to see if the bowl is leaking.
The internal trap is partially or fully blocked
You get the scooper and put the fish in the toilet and flush it down. By:Expert Serena
Flushometer or tank and bowl?
flush your pet cat in a toilet bowl
It worked on a pulley that opened a hatch that let the "excretment" leave the bowl of the toilet and into a water lane.
A toilet that slowly looses all of the water out of the tank or bowl when it has not been used for a log time is experiencing a condition that renders the toilet almost unusable. When you flush a toilet, the water in both the tank and the bowl empty out, only to be immediately replenished with fresh water. alliedallcityinc.com
Not sure what you are asking. All toilets have a bowl. You generally push the handle down on the front or side of the tank. If you are asking how to flush with a bowl of water, it takes a bucket of at least 2 gallon. Just pour it into the bowl about as fast as it will take it. At some point, there will be enough water in the bowl to flush it.
Thomas Twyford invented a single piece, ceramic flush toilet, as well was the famous Thomas Crapper toilet. Twyford was Caucasian.
Spray it with a disinfectant thoroughly. Squirt some cleaner in the bowl. Swab out the bowl. Wipe down the whole toilet. Flush.