A few months ago my fiance’ and I started having problems with the plumbing in our parallel bathrooms. The shower/tubs are separated only by a wall, and in both bathrooms there is a toilet next to those shower/tubs. For some unknown reason, the toilets became clogged and, even after we hired a plumber, the toilet in the master bath remains clogged. Earlier today, the opposite toilet became clogged again and when I flush and plunge it, the water in the bathtub starts coming up through the drain and bubbling in the opposite toilet. Does anyone have an idea what may be the problem and/or how it can be solved without hiring another plumber and spending hundreds of dollars? Thanks. From what I can tell… How long ago was the plumber there? Most have warranty’s on there work. I’d send a camera down through the toilet to see if there was any obstruction in that line. The toilets and tubs are connected under the floor,so when the main line plugs,water seeks the lowest level,the tubs. It sounds like the clog is downstream from the toilets,you’ll need the plumber again.
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