Maintenance Tips & Troubleshooting
Refer to your Tenant Handbook for additional maintenance tips!
Toilet Water Shut Off
It is an unfortunate fact, and an inconvenient truth, that water overflows. Often times water overflow is a simple problem to fix like trying to turn off the water or unplugging a drain. Unfortunately, there are times where our simple fixes will not do the job.
You can find yourself at home, minding your own business, when watery tragedy strikes. As you hear the toilet begin to overflow, you try your tried and true method of flushing again, to no avail. You know that you must shut off the water. But how? Well lucky for you, we have the answer.
How to Turn Off the Water For The Toilet
Have you ever wondered what that pipe on the back of your toilet is? Well it is the water shut off valve. It is a pretty self explanatory term. In order to turn off the water you must identify where your water shut off valve is.
On the valve there is a handy handle. This handle will allow you to utilize the water shut off feature of your toilet.
All you have to do is turn the handle. And just like that, you are the bathroom hero! If the handle is stuck you could try some handy WD40 or in a pinch, some vegetable oil.
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