Originally Posted by cantdrv55
I have tried a toilet wand that has four ports at the end of the wand that spins at a rapid rate. I shoved it down the toilet and turned it on full blast hoping to push the clog down into the tank. The water just backed up close to the flush valve so the pressure wasn't enough to push the clog down.
Not sure what else to do but to snake the toilet. Has anyone down this in an RV toilet? Is there anything else I should try before the snake? I can't reach the clog to pull it up and out. The blank tank sensor reads empty so the clog, I believe, is up high and not in the blank tank yet.
I have a 2011 28' FC. Thanks in advance.
Could you be more specific about the problem and what you actually can see? Your post does not make sense to me.
Isn't your toilet sitting directly on top of the black water tank? If so, how could you be "hoping to push the clog down into the tank?" Could you actually see the clog? Where -- in the bottom of the toilet?
You say, "I can't reach the clog to pull it up and out." Can you see the clog? Where? If it is "up high" where do you think it is? What is between the bottom of the toilet and the black water tank?
Does your owners manual provide a schematic of the waste plumbing which shows what is between the toilet and the black water tank?
Please provide more details, and the results of the steps you have taken already.