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Reply #5: They're probably stuck in the toilet itself, the openings are quite small. [View All]

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Blue Diadem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jan-19-07 09:45 AM
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5. They're probably stuck in the toilet itself, the openings are quite small.
I'd try plunging first to attempt to move them along. Then I'd try a plumber's snake(not sure what the "real" name is for that device,it's what we call it around here) if you have one handy. Otherwise, I'd say call a plumber especially if you've never removed a toilet and re-installed one.

Your pipes to the sewer should be big enough to handle the applicators. I'd only see a problem if there were tree roots or something in the lines.
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