i've never seen something like this before! OK, a little background info: the toilet is in a single story commercial structure(it's a gentlemens' club ) So, two restrooms with a total of 3 toilets. two of them are 3ft. apart in one room and the other one lines up w/ one of the two on the other side of wall, forming an 'L'.
I forgot to check make/model while cleaning the club but all the toilets appear to be like what you find in most homes today and decades ago.
in two-toilet room, toilet in the corner of that 'L' is goofy. The other two toilets appear to flush great all the time.
Now, here's what the goofy one is doing: before any flush, the water level in the bowl is where it always should be. So i flush her and the water does a weak impression of a tornado funnel. the dang water level NEVER rises or drops below the water line!
So i thought a partial blockage upstream of the other two toilets, since they work fine. i got a snake to disappear about 2.5ft. into the bowl but no such luck. Do i just need to go a little further w a longer model of snake or am i just clueless at playing "plumber" for the day?
i hope someone can help. i've had my "broken" sign on it for over a week now and the boss does'nt seem too concerned about it. thanks, slicey