|Posted by hj on May 24, 19100 at 09:05:48:|
|In response to Re: toilet girgles|
If you do not have a vent in the second bath, then the whole piping installation would be suspect as to a proper installation. If there is no vent, air will be trapped in the line, however, there has to be an additional problem which would prevent the air from being evacuated by any other existing vents.
: I recently had a contractor install a new toilet in my second bathroom. Whenever I flush the toilet in my other bath, the new I girgles and bubbles and reminds me of a bidet. Its kind of scary especially if you are sitting on it and someone in the other bath flushes. I didn't have this problem with the old toilet. When I asked my contractor about this, his reply was that I don't have have a vent pipe in the second bath and air is trapped in the drain between flushes. What can I do now?
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