Re: 2 Overflowing Toliets
Posted by mike on February 08, 2004 at 20:50:13:
In response to Re: 2 Overflowing Toliets
yes they can because before they leave the house the probably join up at a T. your bes advice would be to go ahead and call a plumber with a electric snake that will chase it all the way out of your drain system. sorry for the inconvenience

: In the past(a year or more ago) I had put paper towels & dog waste into one of the toilets. Although I do not do this anymore, that toilet will usually NOT flush - the water always rises near the top (but does not overflow) & has to be plunged constantly. The master bath toliet is now starting to give us trouble . It normally has a very powerful flush, but 3-4 times already in the past 2 weeks it has overflowed & poured toilet water all over the floor. My husband has plunged & used an auger on both toilets to no avail.I've used drain-o & that hasn't helped either. Can these problems in both toilets be related ?... and what to do now? Thanks in advance for your input & help

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