|Posted by hj on April 23, 2002 at 09:08:58:|
|In response to Re: Air bubbles during flush|
He will not even pay any attention to them. They are usually caused by excess air in the upper passages of the bowl. When it is flushed the incoming water pushes the air in front of it and it comes out as bubbles. Sometimes they occur more frequently if the bowl refills to a lower level than normal so that there is a larger volume of air inside the bowl's passages.
: I just installed a new toilet and occasionally a couple of small bubbles come up from the bowl when flushing. No sewer gas odor is noticed. Is this a problem I should be concerned about. Is this a problem my plumbing inspector will care about on my basement final?
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