Toilet "geyser"

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Toilet "geyser"

I have 3 toilets and the ones with the problem are fairly new - 12 - 15 years. There are no leaks, etc. in any of them. However, when I flush these toilets, it's like there's a big air bubble under the water, causing it to "geyser" up before it flushes. It blows up high enough to reach the toilet seat. I've asked lots of guys if they can solve the problem, but I'm counting on one of you to tell me how to do it! Thanks in advance!
 
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Old 05-11-09, 11:09 PM
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it deends. it could be a restriction in the toilet or the drain line, it could be debris (calcium etc.) in the jet holes or it could be out of adjustment or any combination of the above . it is also possible it is something i havent mentioned
 
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