When I flush the toilet on the second floor the tank emptys into the bowl but the bowl does not drain correctly. I don't believe it is plugged. The bowl fills about half way swirls around but never realy empties like any other functioning toilet. It doesn't get close to overflowing so it doesn't seem to be plugged.
We recently had all of the interior sewer lines replaced when we renovated our kitchen. The toilet worked great for about a month or two as you would expect with new lines.
All of the lines were replaced down to the basement where the old cast iron pipes were cut about 3 feet above the floor and the PVC was connected with a rubber fitting. The lines under ground with snaked with a cutting bit to fully clean them out.
There are no other issues in any of the other toilets or lines.
I'm at a loss and would like some ideas befor I pay a plumber.
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