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Toilet rocks regardless how tight floor bolts are turned

The toilet rests on the floor. If the flange is WAY too high (unlikely) that would be a problem but otherwise, remove the toilet, repair the floor if it's very uneven, use a new wax ring and use ...
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Toilet rocks regardless how tight floor bolts are turned

I've had this problem a few times. The cause is usually a combination of these: The floor is not flat, and crests in the center line of the toilet, so the toilet cannot fully seat on the flange and ...
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Toilet scum line - how to get rid of

It could be a build-up of iron and manganese oxides. There are various commercial products to help, such as Red-B-Gone and Iron OUT that work by attempting to chemically reduce the oxides into a ...
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Toilet rocks regardless how tight floor bolts are turned

Maybe the underlayment is rotten.
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install basement toliet

Cut the pipe flush with the floor and glue in a toilet flange that fits into a 4 inch pipe.
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Toilet scum line - how to get rid of

Get a single edge razorblade and slide it under the scum line all the way around the bowl scraping the scum off. For the lower parts, get some fine wet sand or emery cloth and gently rub the areas ...
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Toilet scum line - how to get rid of

Buy a new toilet. Gets rid of the ring every time. If the finish of the toilet is damage at the ring, there is little you can do to remove it. Lime/calcium removers are good for lime/calcium, not as ...
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Toilet backed up

Your question doesn't give a lot of info to go on, but I don't think Liquid Plumber will cause a blockage. More likely, your toilet and sink are both blocked up for the same reason, and the problem is ...
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