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& now the toilet isn't emptying

(15 Posts)
Katymac Sat 08-Aug-09 18:29:35

So do I use a plunger or a wire coathanger?

differentID Sat 08-Aug-09 18:30:13

wire coat hanger.

Katymac Sat 08-Aug-09 18:35:49

Hmm that is what I thought

DH has 'had a go' - so I guess that means I get to fix it

differentID Sat 08-Aug-09 18:40:09

always the same isn't it?

a plunger wont really be able to get a tight enough seal to really do anyhing useful.

Katymac Sat 08-Aug-09 18:48:35

I wonder if I should put biological washing powder down?

The coat hanger is not doing well.....I hate modern toilets

differentID Sat 08-Aug-09 19:21:39

would hot water help?

Katymac Sat 08-Aug-09 19:40:32

It's clear

2 kettles full of boiling water & half a packet of washing soda followed by 10 (or so) buckets of very hot water

I head lots of trickling as it went away then on the 9th bucket it went whoosh

That was not very eco - apparently it's my fault

differentID Sat 08-Aug-09 19:42:21

was it just extra-ordinary size normal bodily functions or has soemone been pouring cooking oil/ fat from meat down the loo?

ComeOVeneer Sat 08-Aug-09 19:45:10

Ours was like that last week, cue £100 bill to dynoirod. Culprit was loads of wipes tha ds had flushed down the toilet!

Katymac Sat 08-Aug-09 19:46:26

Dh

Need I say more?

What is it with men?

His guts haven't been right for months because of all the antibiotics he gets

He has been AB free for about 4 weeks & I think I am suffering hmm

Katymac Sat 08-Aug-09 19:48:20

'apparently' it was all the loo roll I put down the loo

funny looking loo roll when I was unblocking it

Hormonesnomore Sat 08-Aug-09 19:49:32

It may not have been your fault. If your neighbour's waste pipes join into yours at some point under the ground, it could be that someone

else had put a nappy or other unflushable items down their loo (or fat down the kitchen sink). We have problems every so often - our sewers

aren't very efficient & the first I know that the waste isn't flowing properly is that our downstairs bath doesn't empty. The first time it

happened we called out Dynorod (on a Sunday evening - £100!) Now we have insurance & we've claimed on it several times in the last 5

years.

differentID Sat 08-Aug-09 19:49:36

lol!

differentID Sat 08-Aug-09 19:50:08

lol!

Katymac Sat 08-Aug-09 19:56:17

no it was blocked just outside the bathroom - both the other loos were fine (they join later on)

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