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Dry Commode Repair?

I have an upstairs 1/2 bath that is never used. The commode in there is dry. I'm getting the house ready to sell and don't want to hire a plumber. Can I get the commode working again by filling the tank with water and then just going through the flush cycle?

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Thanks for any help.
DeeDee in Wisconsin

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By Sara (Guest Post)
August 2, 20050 found this helpful

Perhaps the pipe that brings water to the toilet has been turned off. It is situated at the base of the toilet near the wall. If that's the case, turn the valve and the water should return to the toilet.

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