Iron in the water would cause rusty stains in the toilet.
A broken seal would cause dirty water to jettison from a toilet. A plumber can fix it.
Regular Toilet water (meaning no contaminats) will NOT cause blindness.
you need a hammer arrester. They sell a nifty hammer arrester that will fit on the pipe supplying the toilet without having to use a torch. fairly cheap ($12) and easy to install. A loose washer in the toilet shut off valve can cause this problem.
Water would drain from the toilet bowl if there is a crack in the lower part of the toilet. You would possible see water or signs of damp around the base. There is unfortunately no 'fix' for a crack in a porcelain bowl. If this is the cause then you need anew toilet.
look in the water tank and see if the water in there is brown too...it might be rust in the pipes
That would be your flush valve in the tank
the reason why the toilet makes noise when you turn water on is because all the water lines are conected so when you turn on water the toilet gets affected and the water that goes down a drain goes to the water pipe.
You would need to use a container of water like a 5 gallon bucket and pour it into the toilet. As you pour it in, the excess water will cause the toilet to drain.
My toilet is doing the same thing this morning. We had a big rain last night. Could this be part of the cause?
I can't imagine how they would happen. What are you doing with the toilet water?
Putting toilet water into the tub with a cup.The real answer isWater seeks its own level and when a soil line (waste) is blocked water will find the lowest point to flow intoThus a toilet is above the tub and a basin is above the toilet.To prove allow water to flow in the basin and it should also flow into the tub
Fluctuations in city water pressure. Sometimes this is a bad toilet ballcock. Test by turning water off to one toilet at a time to see if it stops.
Hi, I am having a similar issue in my house. I have sulfur smells in one toilet and one sink's water supply. I am also on city water, but I do live in a 100 year old house.
The toilet did not add water yet. By the way, If you filled a bucket with water, The water level would go up.
It can happen several ways; Left alone the water will evaporate, The weather outside maybe windy causing a vacuum across the roof vent pipe, using a sink or toilet on a lower level of your home may cause some reduction of the water level... etc.
The downstairs toilet is not properly vented and the flow from the one upstairs creates a vacuum in the waste line.
If the toilet works each time on one flush, they use roughly half the water of a standard toilet. You would then use half as much a month on the toilet. They do not always flush completely on the first flush and the toilet is only a part of the water bill.
throught the water pipes
Why would you want to know that?HUH?!
In my country, it is not. but i am not sure whether it is in other countries. i think many people would rather choose drinking water as the cleanest one, but not toilet water.
My g/f has this happen to her regularly and, it was only when I asked that she said she usually flushes once to get the flush working and then immediately after to make certain the toilet flushes everything away. She said that if a toilet has good pressure, it will often splash out when she flushes.
I have heard that sometimes certain toilets under certain conditions can cause siphoning of water from the bowl of other toilets. Of course, that would require you to have two toilets on premises. If so, check the Cadet water level before and after flushing the non-Cadet toilet. Good Luck
No, it would be impossible for this to occur.