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M4TTHEW

10:35AM | 04/19/06
Member Since: 04/18/06
2 lifetime posts
Bvplumbing
Well our toilet started acting up last week so I went through the whole set of plunger hot water nothing worked, it would flush but extremely slowly.

Well today my son admitted to flushing a empty pill bottle I assume it has air in in down the toilet..

So as of right now it is just the toilet problem and I do not want it to progress to a whole flooding of the house problem

What is the best step in removing this object from the toilet?


Sylvan

02:03PM | 04/19/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
1455 lifetime posts
Me_office1
Hot water in a toilet MMMMMMMM GREAT for cleaning I guess

Plungers well they are good on possibly soft stoppages.

For bottles, combs, Q -Tips ,tooth brushes, false teeth, pampers, diapers, necklaces then a toiler Auger is the way to go.

Not the cheapo type that cost less then $27.00.

I happen to like the "General" drop head auger and considering my service call hovers around $150 the cost of the auger pays for itself the first time it clears a blockage.

Just be careful not to scratch the china and use it carefully as I did have an employee receive 5 stitches for trying to force it in the bowl. Sylvan Tieger,LMP

M4TTHEW

03:08PM | 04/19/06
Member Since: 04/18/06
2 lifetime posts
give it a shot thanks for some info

Sylvan

03:13PM | 04/19/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
1455 lifetime posts
Me_office1
Have a great one
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