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03-23-2013 12:47:34

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This is an interesting and funny story. That kind of work can be frustrating at times. Several years back we had a toilet that would flush fine at times and then would not flush at all. Plunge it and would maybe work awile again. Finally pulled the stool and took outside. Inside I found a pinback button that was just a little smaller than the opening and would act like a butterfly and would be either closed or would open. It had belonged to daughter-in-law. She had unknowingly dropped it in toilet. It was required to wear and work and she said she could not find it, wondered where it went. I ask her if she wanted it back, and she declined. Put back in service and toilet worked fine.

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03-23-2013 18:55:32

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 Re: Toilet problem in reply to tractor300, 03-23-2013 12:47:34  
I pulled out a toilet to see what was stuck in it. One of my kids had dropped a toy figurine of the Penguine, from the Batman movie. In the movie he lived in the sewers of Gotham City.

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03-23-2013 18:02:58

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 Re: Toilet problem in reply to tractor300, 03-23-2013 12:47:34  
A canning jar lid drove me crazy for about a month. I think my oldest son dropped it in there at about age 2. Finally took the toilet outside and used a sledge hammer before I found what was in it.

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03-23-2013 13:32:11

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 Re: Toilet problem in reply to tractor300, 03-23-2013 12:47:34  
Mine was a coffee jar top thanks to my 2yr old son, took it up three times before I found it.

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03-23-2013 17:48:22

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 Re: Toilet problem in reply to WGWKy2, 03-23-2013 13:32:11  
Mine was a Christmas candle - about 2" dia, 4" long. Couldn't reach it or dislodge it from either top or bottom. Had to put in a new toilet. Only discovered what it was when son shot up the old one with shotgun slugs. Right in the tightest part of the bend!

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03-25-2013 13:12:01

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 Re: Toilet problem in reply to RayP(MI), 03-23-2013 17:48:22  
Funny you say that - as I was reading people breaking them open, I had in the back of my head that the best way to break up a toilet is to shoot it. That porcelain stuff really explodes. A very satisfying target.

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