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It turned out that cleaning out the vent finally did work.

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Noona- If you mean the flapper that keeps the water in the tank, you simply buy a new one and put it in place of the old one. They make several different varieties, so look at the old one before buying the new one. JayR

Answered: How do you fix the flush handle on a toilet? It ...

Sometimes jiggling the handle is enough to get it to shut off. If not, shut off the water to the toilet; there is usually a valve near the floor. If you take the lid off the tank, you might find that there is a chain that become tangled. Or there could be something wrong with the flapper. Most ...

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Probably not, if it was a comprehensive exam for a Community College. But some of these state run schools often foul up, sometimes intentionally, trying to rip off the unknowing. Take someone who "knows the ropes" with you and demand to see first rate college counselor.
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My inlet water pipes rattle and make a noise after ...

The noise comes usually due to blockage, or pipes was not clamped properly, so when ever you are flushing, due to water flowing the noise is coming. Check the pipes once or contact any plumber for a better advise.

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Hi, To do the right thing in an effective (that gives results) way.... it must be also at the right time with the right budget etc (environmentally OK: noise, waiste, energy, resorces, etc...). best regards,

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The 2003 International Plumbing Codes Handbook states: A handicap toilet will rise to a height of between 16 and 20 inches off the finished floor. 18 inches is a common height for most handicap toilets.