Watch this step-by-step video to help you fix your toilet.
Make sure all parts inside the tank are connected.
A cup plunger is the most common plunger. It is designed for anything with a flat surface like a sink or tub, but it is ineffective on toilets.
A flange plunger is designed for toilets and other drains that don’t have a flat surface. Its shape allows for the best seal.
An accordion plunger is also designed for toilets and creates the most force. However, it can be difficult to create a good seal.
Once you have found the right plunger, submerge it. If the plunger is not fully submerged, add water to help ensure a good seal.
Start plunging straight up and down until the stoppage has been cleared.
Once the stoppage has been cleared, remove the plunger and use toilet as normal.
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