Toilets are made up of two components: the flush tank, which holds water and a flushing assembly, and the toilet bowl, which handles the waste.
Although mechanically simple, toilets are subject to malfunctions from time to time - just like anything mechanical. Most problems will concern the flush tank. This how-to booklet can help you solve most flush trank troubles that arise. This guide addresses toilet troubles and what you may be able to do about them. Yes, including the most notorious toilet trouble there is - a clogged bowl.
Before you buy any tools or materials, read this booklet first. By doing so, you may be able to save money and hours of time. Gone are the days wherein you need to immediately call a professional if you encounter toilet trouble. Most households experience toilet troubles at least once a year. Imagine the money that you'll be able to save if you're going to handle the problem yourself. In a lot of cases, you just need simple tools in order to do it. There's a good chance that you already own these tools. With this guide, your costs will be minimal at best.
What if you don't have tools? This booklet will also provide you a checklist of tools and materials. It's a good idea to buy these tools now before you encounter a problem. It pays off to be prepared.
The only "unsolvable" problem with a toilet bowl-as such-is a cracked or broken bowl. That is, a cracked or broken bowl cannot be satisfactorily repaired. It must be replaced. This is a job most DIY practitioners can do, as explained elsewhere in this powerful booklet.
- Tool and Material Checklist
- Clogged Bowl Breakthroughs
- When Bowls Spring Leaks
- New Toilets for Old