If your water heater is less than six years old it is still under the manufacturer warranty. The first year the manufacturer will pay for labor and parts for your water heater to be repaired. Years two through six the manufacturer will only pay for parts...
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There's a clog in the toilet trap
It’s easy to assess if the clog is in the toilet’s trap or further down in the main stack. Toilets and lavatory sinks almost always drain out into the same stack, so if the sink is running fine, then the problem lies in the toilets trap.
Anything from paper towels to feminine hygiene products can cause the trap to clog. These items should never be flushed down the toilet. Conversely, disposable wipes, even those labeled flushable, should never be flushed. They simple do not break down enough to fit down the trap, and will eventually clog it.
Removing Rust Stains From Toilets, Tubs and Sinks:
Rust and other stains can occur from hard water mineral deposits found especially with the use of well water having high iron content. Staining can also occur from rusty galvanized pipes leaking into a sink, rusty toilet components leaking into the back of a toilet bowl or something metal left on the sink. These stains can be difficult to remove. If this is a recurring problem and the staining is chronic, there may be no way to remove the stain as it may have etched itself into the porcelain.