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On a related note, why doesn't a J-trap (below a sink) flush when you drain the sink?
Have you ever looked into a toilet on a windy day? The water bounces up and down.
So the water in my toilet evaporated?It makes sense. Thanks for flushing it.I reckon flushing has more to do with how the water arrives in the bowl rather than how it leaves it, thus the J trap under a sink wouldn't cause a flush to happen.
The flushing on toilets comes from how the water leaves. The trap on a sink and the siphon section of toilets have different shapes. Toilets will drain like sinks rather than flush if there isn't enough water put in, though.
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