Low Water Pressure
We have a toilet that has very low-pressure flushing action. Is there anything that I can do other than calling in a professional? We've had a few people out to look at it and they cannot seem to diagnose this properly.
The low-pressure is occurring on a guest house on the property. We can see a pipe that appears related to the toilet. When the toilet is over-used (flushed multiple times), we can see a bit of water overflow from the pipe. The toilet has never worked properly and the professionals we brought in could not assist other than suggesting a new external septic tank.
That option leaves me with a concern: Wouldn't they have to figure out the status of the current water outflow pipe and cap it before connecting to a new tank? That seems like a much bigger project so I am hoping to find a better solution from the community.
Please feel free to let me know if any of my assumptions are wrong or if I have missed other options. I am not a professional.