Why do I have to hold the handle down to flush the toilet?
The chain to the flapper is too long and not pulling the flapper high enough or the flapper needs to be replaced.
When you're done, flush, Then wipe and flush again. Dont use as much toilet paper. Also hold the handle down so the water keeps running till all the stuff is gone. This turns your "low flow" into a temporary "high flow."
Have to hold handle down to flush so you shortened chain and replaced flapper now the toilet wont stop running?
You shortened the chain too much. Make it longer a link at a time till it works.
this is because some people do big amounts of poo and flush lots of toilet paper down the drain the flusher can not hold this amount of waste so when you flush the toilet it gets stuck and slowly rotts away
The toilet will not flush unless we press down the lever and hold it for several seconds Then air gurgles back up from the bowel after flush you can detect smelly odors Any idea what is causing this?
Some toilets are just designed that way. However if this just started happening or it is more then, say 5 seconds, contact a plumber. Wrong! What worked was replacing the tank lever to one that swings up in a longer arc. One from the Home Depot did the job. Second answer is correct.
You don't have to have one, it just makes it a little easier. As long as the drain is flush with the floor, you can drill into the concrete and us anchors to hold the toilet down. The down side is that they tend to corrode over time and become stuck in the concrete. If you ever have to remove the toilet, they can break and that makes putting the toilet back harder. You can… Read More
about 1.3 gallons per flush
Yes. 9 Gallons is the maximum that most flush tanks hold.
Older toilets hold 20 -22 liters. Modern toilets will only flush 13 or 6.5 litres
pull the wings off and flush it down a toilet is one way. another is to squish it on the spot. if you get a moth wet and hold it under water, it will drown. There are many ways to kill moths, a.k.a., small butterfly-like pests
Toilet flaps are easy to change , just bend the ears around the handles and undo the chain to the flush handle then install a new one the same way. If you want to change the plastic or brass over flow tube assembly then it can be a little difficult. 1 shut off the toilet stop. 2 flush the toilet and hold the flush valve open so it drains most of the water. 3 unscrew… Read More
sitting: we pull our pants down, we sit on the toilet and just go standing: we pull our pants down, stand over or in front of the toilet, hold open the labia (lips), and go
You should get a plunger stick it in the toilet and hold it in there till the water slows down and if that doesnt work close the toilet seat and wait til you hear a dweeling sound that means the water is going down.
The knobs on the bottom of the toilet hold the toilet to the bolts that in turn hold the toilet in place on the floor.
What is wrong with your toilet if you have to hold down the handle to get it to flush all the way and how can you fix it?
To be honest, my whole family have had to hold down the handle to get it to flush in one of our toilet for two years until today that I searched this page and do my trouble shooting. I replaced the Flapper two years ago, and did not realize that the first step that you need to do is to cut the collar off from the new Flapper if your toilet has mounting arm. The… Read More
always keep the blade and/or point aimed away from you, preferrably down. When you are not using it, put it down. Do not walk around with it. Hold it by the handle or if there is no handle, hold the back-blunt side of the blade.
a toilet cistern holds 3216 Most modern toilets will hold about 20 litres, but they are being made smaller all the time due to better flushing designs and the need to conserve water. Toilets can all be adjusted internally on the fill valve to hold less water. The new recommended flush amounts in many countries is 13 or 6.5 litres.
In order to hold water in the toilet bowl (and prevent unpleasant smells from coming into the bathroom) there is an elbow in the toilet. After you see the water go down the toilet, it then travels upwards through the elbow and then back down again into the drain line. The toilet clogs when things are too big to travel freely through the elbow.
you take his dick hold it and move your hand in an up and down motion
hold the gown up nd out ya underwear down nd sit on the toilet
It depends on what type of toilet you have. If you have an older toilet than, it may hold more than a newer toilet holds.
The wax ring underneath was probably not thick enough to start with or one of the bolts holding the toilet down has rusted through letting the toilet rock and break the seal. Very easy and cheap to fix. Turn the water off, disconnect the supply line to the tank, flush the toilet and hold the handle down until all the water is out of the tank. You can use a sponge or towel to get… Read More
That is because toilets are now made to conserve water. The tanks hold much less and so they don't flush as well as they used to. Some newer ones now have a dual flush system to attempt to deal with this issue in a better way: one button provides a "light" flush for "light" loads - like urine only - while the second button provides more water for the heavier jobs.
It depends on the toilet.
That my friend is because the big plug is getting stuck ,but you need to hold down the handle or pick up the and fix the chain. There are several reasons that a toilet is intermittent flushing 1- If you have a Coyne Delany flushomenter the handle piston assembly has a tiny plastic tip that wears out over time and the piston has to be replaced 2- Low down type of toilets with a flapper… Read More
Pull the cover down....it is probably on a couple of special springs that will hold it up in place, but allow you to pull it down about 4 inches.
No; sit down on the toilet and relax, and let it flow. And to be honest, when boys sit down, they don't have to hold onto anything either. You only need to hold your penis while standing to urinate to aim; to prevent it from spraying all over.
Shut the water off, disconnect the supply line to the toilet, flush the toilet and hold the handle down so that most of the water gets out of the tank. You can try and get as much water out of the bowl as possible, or leave it in if you have something to sit the toilet in when you lift it off of the drain. As long as you keep it level, no water will… Read More
1. Place shaver on flat hard surface. Hold sides and push handle in direction of arrows. 2. Lift handle and remove blade. Carefully rotate or replace blade. 3. Hold sides, press down on handle and pull in direction of arrows.
There are many designs and sizes of toilet bowl, but in general they hold about 3 litres of water.
If it's the outer handle you would need to remove the door panel, then remove the rivits that hold the handle to the outside of the car. Then remove the window track and slide it down inside of the door and unhook the rod on the handle,and now you can slide the door handle out.
Answer If your toilet in the tank has the type of float that rides up and down on a shaft, the flush valve tube, instead of the older ball float, under the top of the fill valve there is a rubber disk about the size of a quarter. This gets stiff with age and do not allow enough water through. Solution: Turn the water off and flush the toilet. Grab tight the top of the… Read More
Typically, slide the bolt forward, and swing bolt handle down. Some rifles have a "hold open" feature when the magazine is empty. With those rifles, to close the bolt when magazine is empty, press the magazine follower down with your thumb, and hold it until bolt is started forward, then slide bolt closed, swing bolt handle down.
I'm afraid the saying I have heard tell of is "hold your own" which means, delicately put, to handle a situation all by yourself with no backup/assistance.
it depends on what you're talking about by the handle, but if i think i know what you're talking about it would be the neck where you hold onto it when pressing the strings down. I think thats's what you're talking about.
Why wont your toilet bowl go all the way down when flushed everything in the tank has been changed out and the water level is as high as it will go it flushed fine a week ago?
Something stuck in the drain, the main drain has collasped or has tree roots growing into it or the vent in the roof has become plugged. A good plunging is the first step. Next, fill a 5 gallon bucket with water and pour it in the bowl as fast as it will take it without overflowing. This may flush out a clog since it is a much larger volume of water than usual. Tree roots… Read More
it cxna hold any
Hold it in ?
1. First loose the bolts that connect it to the flange on the floor and place the toilet in the bathtub 2.Turn off the water supply 3. Remove the lid of the toilet tank and flush the toilet 4. Use a plastic cup & dry sponge to scoop out water and dry up water drop. 5. Disconnect the water supply tube by turning the compression nut on the water supply valve. 6. use a flat… Read More
A fill handle.
Shut off the supply line and disconnect it from the tank. Flush the toilet and hold the lever down until all the water runs out. If you are strong enough to pick up the toilet you can stop there, if not, use a sponge or towel and get the rest of the water out of the tank. Use a cup to get as much water out of the bowl as possible. On the base of… Read More
First, try using a plunger to force the clog through the pipes. That could be all you need to do. Taking the toilet apart is pretty extreme. ---- Try to plunge water out or as much as you can. Shut off water supply to toilet. Dip remaining water out of toilet and toilet tank. Disconnect the flex line on the bottom of the toilet tank it should screw off by hand. Loosen bolts that hold… Read More
Is it due to the size of the toilet or just the bad installation if the water tank of the new toilet is about 2 inches away from the wall?
Probably it is due to the size of the toilet tank. If the toilet is a low flow, or under 2 gallons per flush, the tank will be considerably smaller than an older toilet tank, which might hold as much as 25 gallons. The only critical thing in istalling a toilet is if the drain pipe lines up with the drain opening. Unless you move the toilet drain, the new toilet is going to sit… Read More
hold in clutch,shift in 1st, twist knob on handle bar then downshift one more down
To kill ticks do not Wash down sank. Take the tick in a napkin. Hold the napkin tight and release Tick onto a wooden surface. Take a good match and light it. Take the burning match and fry the tick until it is dead. Wait until Crackles and throw it away in a closed bag or a folded napkin. also bleach, clorox, rubbing acohol if you have a small cup of it will kill ticks… Read More
Cant get water to come out of your faucet but it comes out the sprayer screen is ok and faucet has been disassembled and put back together?
There is a ball or cartridge in the faucet that diverts the water to the sprayer when you use it. These can become stuck from minerals in the water. You can take it apart and put some CLR or full strength toilet cleaner in it and let it sit for a while. The toilet cleaner can cause burns so be careful with that. Slowly turn the water on just a bit to flush out the… Read More
Actually, it's quite easy with a few precautions. First thing is to turn off the water supply, and disconnect the water line connected to the toilet. If the toilet isn't leaking all that bad, after turning off the water supply, flush the toilet, and hold the handle down to allow as much water as possible out of the toilet as this will prevent a mess later when you remove the toilet. When removing the toilet… Read More
With one point selected, hold down Alt then move one of the handles. If you let go of Alt before letting go of the handle, it will not disconnect them. After you do this, the handles will be disconnected and you will no longer need to hold down Alt to move them separately.
Will a toilet flange at three eighth of an inch above a finished floor seat wax seal to toilet properly using a Kohler toilet?
Yes As long as the flange does not hold the toilet off the floor it will be fine.
Using the term "I can handle this" is one form of handle that is not tangible. The handle on someones name such as Mr. James is also another form of an untouchable handle. You also cannot hold file handles on a computer file.