Re: Sewage Ejector Backs Up Toilet
Posted by ClogCleaner on April 08, 2002 at 00:25:19:
In response to Re: Sewage Ejector Backs Up Toilet
.........get a drain cleaner in your area to rod out line fron the outside to under the house. It is stopped up somewhere in that line.: Your main sewer is plugging up. If it were not for the ejector, that lower bathroom would be overflowing every time you flushed the other toilets.

: : Recently moved into a house built in the 70's house.
: : When the noisy sewage ejector cycles, one of three toilets in the house agressively bubbles and splashes. Afterward the toilet appears to have back pressure and doesn't flush properly. After plunging or time is allowed to pass, the toilet flushes fine. The toilet in the basement is fine. What could be wrong?
: : Thanks in advance.

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