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Old 02-27-2009, 08:26 AM   #1
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hello ,, i'm new to this complex from 14 floors and i'm in the 1st floor flat


i have this problem in the toilet When flushing "soft things" it has no problem

but when flushing "solid things" after , flushing be slow and slow draining ,Water Level Raises and sometimes it bring back little air gurgles after the slow draining but not overflow ........... // After 20 flushings maybe the toilet flushing system back to normal no slow drain/flush


how i fix this problem

/ my main language is not english i hope its understandable


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Ok, seeing as how English is not your first language I will attempt to explain with utmost patience. This forum is for people who work as plumbers only to discuss things amongst ourselves. Please try a do-it-yourself site. Best regards
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