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I would get a toilet auger. This is like a short snake for a toilet. It will make sure there is nothing in the toilet trap and at the wax ring. It may help. If you notice the bath tub or shower backing up it is further down the line and a longer snake will be needed. Possibly a plumber to power jet / snake the main line.


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Just sharing my personal experience with a bubbly toilet when running the sink. (It was only the sink, as the shower uses a different drainage system.) Long story short: The cause was a drainage pipe that the "seasoned" plumbers installed at an upward angle. I placed an old chunk of wood under it to level it out, and, voila! - no more bubbles singing smelly ...



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