That was my thought,
Originally Posted by Steve in Mass
First guess would be a clogged vent stack..............
actually went on the roof, when I still could (maybe 2 years ago), and dropped a 4oz weight down with my 209, pulling up and down, lol Then ran water from the hose in it. Never felt any resistance though. It's always done it once in a while, but now "much" more consistant. Just today
, filled the washer, plugged all the sink and tub drains, as well as overflow vents (in the sinks and tub & and around the outlet pipe on the washer)), and got everything ready, to spin the water out the washer, while holding the plunger (sealed with bubblewrap) in the full toilet to force "something/anything" out as the washer dumped
On the last flush to fill the toilet to the top, it all broke free, so it'll be back, as it has been,
"whenever" it's in the mood
Forgot to mention, a rancher with one bath
, so not much to plug up, if what I was trying will work, lol The county just put in a view pipe (whatever they called it) at the street. I can open it, and when it stops flushing right in the house, it's the smallest little trickle running by. When it's in a good mood, and flushing, it's flying by, by the time I can walk out to it.What's the right way to go about it
, provided it's the vent?