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When toilet is flushed upstairs the sink drain in kitchen downstairs gurgles why and how can I fix this?

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2011-03-22 01:39:05
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What you probably need to do is snake out the vents. You probably have debris in them.

1- you may have a slight blockage2- Poor venting and water Jetting will scour the piping rather then rodding
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