The toilet may take so long to fill after you flush because the water pressure is so low. Generally, the water should fill up the tank in less than a minute.
Probably because your water pressure is very bad or because the inlet is somewhat clogged.
because there is a Dukie stuck in the bottom of the toilet so you have to take out your toilet and flush the system.
Depends on how many times you flush it
The toilet itself is plugged or the pipe from the toilet to the drain is plugged. It may be that the tub and sink have their own drain pipe that may connect to the main away from the toilet drain. Plunge the toilet or sometimes if you fill a 5 gallon bucket with water and pour it into the toilet as fast as it will take it, that will flush out the line. It is a greater amount of water all at once an forces out what the clog is.
It sounds like you need a new ballcock valve or either your fill tube has come off your flush valve. Just take tank lid off and check to see if water is going down the tube in middle of tank.
It takes 5-7 gallons of water per flush
It takes 5-7 gallons of water per flush.
It depends what you mean. If you mean how long it takes to get an odor, then it make take a couple of hours to start smelling.If urine is in a toilet, it will stink until you flush it. Sometimes there will be an odor after you flush, and it might be time to clean the toilet. If it is in your clothes, then the smell will remain until you wash them.
How many rolls of toilet paper would it take to fill a basketball court?
You either just flush it down (this may take a LONG time) or, unfortunately, hand-wash it. XP
You use too much paper and do not flush it enough.
Flush it down the toilet. Or simply take it out of the water.
The great prank of all times is to... first lift up the toilet container where the water goes to the flush. take out the tube so when you flush the toilet the water squirts on the victim
Yes. 9 Gallons is the maximum that most flush tanks hold.
dont flush the toilet for a week and take a shower twice a month
The best thing would be to take the toilet loose and clean it out so the sand didn't go down the drain. If you don't want to do that, clean out as much as you can by hand or use a wet/dry vac to suck out what is in the trap of the toilet and then run a snake in it to break up the plug and flush repeatedly. Once it is opened up, fill a 5 gallon bucket with water and pour it in as fast as it will take it without running over. This should flush out the sand and get it to the drain and eventually worked out of the pipe.
The correct answer is 1.6 gallons per flush for newer more efficient toilets, up to 4 or more gallons per flush for older toilets.
It depends how big your cistern is. Modern dual-flush toilets have a minimum flush of 6 liters. There are 1000 milliliters in one liter, so the flush would contain 6000 ml.
How long DO it take? Take a grammar class, and you should be clear by then.
Alot more than it would to fill your toilet
Usually about 6 litres in modern toilets.
Small air bubbles in the toilet after you flush could indicate a clog. The clog may not yet be big enough to stop the toilet from flushing but you should take care of it before it gets worse. You should get an auger to clear the clog.
It can take a rough average of between 6 and 18 liters (litres) of water to flush a household toilet. This is dependant on many factors though.Usually, most toilets average around 6 litres, but they vary. The numbers of gallons and litres are usually behind the cover to the toilet.
You would replace a flush valve or 'flapper' when it gets distorted or leaks slowly as they all eventually do. Take it out and go to Home Depot and you will see many better ones than there were when your toilet was made. Average cost $6-10.