|Posted by hj on May 09, 2002 at 08:21:05:|
|In response to Re: More of my toilet dilema|
That could be your entire problem. I do not usually guarantee sewer snaking, because it is not always possible to determine whether the problem is functional, in which case the problem can come back fairly soon. But after just 2 weeks, I would normally assume it was not completly cleared and do it over. If it then stopped up again within a month, then I would assume the problem is with the pipe, and try to advise on a permanent repair/replacement.
: Hi there, I'm the newbie homeowner who posted a few days ago. I've ordered a new toilet but while I'm still having problems with the old one I'm noticing more strange things. When I have to plunge it, there is now water seeping from the base of the toilet. Could the plumber have not put it back on correctly when he snaked the line two weeks ago? And since I'm seeing water there does that maybe indicate that I still have a problem in the line (in addition to having a lousy toilet?) Now, it barely flushes even when it's only water in the bowl... I really don't feel like paying to have a plumber come out again when the line was just snaked two weeks ago but it seems like that's a big part of my problem.
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