Clogged toilet another question.....
Sorry to ask but I searched the forum and couldn't find anything specific to the answer I am looking for. We have a hundred year old house with a toilet that is from the 70's or 80's I am not really sure which. Anywho, it had started to not flush all the way just swirling around and then not going down.
So we bought an auger and used it a few times, turns out that I might have bought the wrong auger but none the less it should do the job I would imagine. Things got better for one or two flushes and then went back to doing the same thing again. Tried Rid-X, two bottles to be exact and it seemed to make it worse or the same.
Anyone have any ideas as to what we can do with out calling in a plumber. Would you just replace the toilet or do you think it is still clogged somewhere? I don't think there are tree roots in the way but we do have a massive maple tree in the backyard, just doesn't seem to be close enough to sewer line though.