We have two toilets that don't flush well. You have to hold the handle down for the entire flush, and even so they don't flush enough water.
Inside the tanks are plastic baffles that seem designed to limit the amount of water per flush. It looks like they were installed with the tanks; they're mounted between the tank floor and the inner drain flange:
I'm all for water conservation, but this is a really poor design; the water flowing in from the top (instead of from all around) keeps knocking the valves closed.
Is there any reason (except for water usage) that I shouldn't just cut these out with a Dremel, leaving an inch or two in place? I would prefer not to take the tanks off.