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bmcintyre57

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Tenant continues to argue with me that the toilet was clogged due to deposits and inferior design, not the CRAP and toilet paper I pulled out. He then said that it couldnt be all of his and must be from years of previous use! He has lived there for 3 years! Then he says that he shouldnt have to pull a toilet to remove debris from his "normal use".

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I know it's a hassle, but pull the toilet and clean it like you did the other one. Then at the end of his lease, replace the tenant with a new model instead of the toilet.
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