why does my toilet bubble when another one is flushed?

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Answered: Toilet flush problems

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

Answered: How do you change the filter in the toilet tank

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 ...

Answered: Why does the water go way down when I flush the toilet

The design features a siphon that draws water until it sucks air. That evacuates all water until the level drops to expose the siphon to air causing the siphon to be disrupted.

Answered: When i flush my toilet i get an air bubble in the bowl

There is no vent pipe on the out-going plumming.
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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.

Toilet bubbles when flushing

Is this a toilet that has been added since the home was built. It sounds like you have a problem with venting. It's necessary to have a vent for many reasons, one being that it provides for smooth flushing. If a vent is missing (not installed at the time of construction)or stopped up, it will cause ...