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You have to undo the aerator at the end of the faucet and clean the screen or plastic water saver out. It will be plugged with sand or sediment.

It depends on the way it is set up, normally the water is from the same source, but using water in the toilet for any purpose other that flushing is NOT recommended..

Your float or other apparatus in the tank is not measuring the amount of water that is coming into the tank properly. It needs to be adjusted.

The Minoans invented the first flushing toilets among many other things. Information about the first modern-day flushing toilets: The first patent for a flushing toilet was issued to Alexander Cummings in 1775, sixty years before Thomas Crapper was born. Crapper was awarded 9 patents during his lifetime, 3 of them for improvements to the flushing water closet, but the true inventor was Alexander Cummings. Also, Sir John Harrington had invented a water closet in 1596 with a proper flush, but no water trap.

Most toilets are made of ceramic. Some are a synthetic material, and some have other materials added for looks, such as wood or metal.

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It depends on the flushing system you have. Here there are 2 toilets, one spins clockwise, the other one counterclockwise.

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non phorporus, sobowel movementsand other items wont stick. Now when a toilet backs up, its not because thedodo is sticking to the integral trap, its because there is too much of it or there's a restriction of flow down stream

If it is just the toilet that doesn't have water, then the pipes are probably not frozen. If it is the whole house than maybe yes. If you have water at other faucets, look at the toilet and see where the blockage is. Disconnect the supply line under the tank and see if water is coming through the shut off at the toilet if there is one.

He was awarded the first patent for the flushing toilet (or valve closet) in 1775. This new toilet was an improvement of Sir John Harrington's water closet, which was invented in 1596 and used by Queen Elizabeth I. The water closet was able to flush, but did not have a water trap. Cummings' toilet allowed some water to stay in the bowl after flushing because of the "S trap," a sliding valve between the bowl and trap. This excess water kept the house from smelling like sewage and helped to clean the bowl after use. Many other inventors followed Cummings and contributed their ideas to what is now the modern day toilet.

Most of the newer kitchen faucets have "flow restrictors" to limit water use.

no.................the water pressure is significantly decreasd with the other taps open.

Probably someone or something else using water that drops the pressure. The shower head will be a lot more sensitive to pressure drops than other faucets in the house.

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You should not be clogging the toilet at all. It could happen for a few reasons! Maybe you are using to much toilet paper. If not then there is something going on in the toilets! Other reasons could be that you are not flushing the toilet often enough. When having a bowel movement, it helps keep the toilet from becoming too full if you flush it several times. Newer, water saving toilets may also need to be flushed more often as they do not have as much power to flush things away. There could also be a problem with the toilet or the sewer or septic system.

The toilet is the lowest point, fluids seeks the lowest level, other sewage is coming up through your basement toilet. The system might be installed wrong or there is a blockage in some discharge pipes. Call a plumber, it can be really bad, when I was a kid we had our whole basement flooded with two feet of raw sewage after a big rain storm.

The initial statement is false. Water doesn't 'turn' one way or the other when you flush due to location north or south of the equator. It has everything to do with the shape/size etc. of the bowl, and nothing to do with geographic location!

Unscrew the aerator from the end of the faucet where the water comes out and clean the screen. Sediment build up slows the flow.

because a leaky faucet can lead to other problems such as mildew,mold or the sink can be leaking because there is to much pressure somewhere, there is a part that is loose or broken etc.

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