Bubbles In Toilet Tank
Toilet Is Bubbling. Not just a burp as toilets sometimes do but bubbling constantly, and is emitting a strong odor of sewer gas.
We had very strong winds all day, and the wind blowing over the vent caused the water in the bowl to rise, fall and splash. After several hours of this, the toilet seemed clogged when it was flushed.
When another toilet in the house had been flushed, and when water had been ran in a few of the sinks, and after a shower, the toilet began to bubble constantly and violently enough that it sometimes splashed water onto the floor.
I poured liquid drain opener down the shower next to the toilet, as well as down a sink near the toilet, and the kitchen sink. After an hour, the toilet flushed but went down very slowly. There was no bubbling. Then after water had been ran in a few places, the bubbling began again.
I am on an Aerobic Septic System, and when I turn off the circuit breaker to the aerobic system, the bubbling stops. The toilet still flushes slowly, but water can be ran in different parts of the house and the other two toilets can be flushed.
Affected toilet is last on the house plumbing main line, just before the septic tank.
House is two years and eight months old.
Freezing temperature all day, with 0.1 inch of ice and very high winds.
Standing beside the pump, with breaker turned on, you can hear a loud humming noise.
Note, the spray nozzles were frozen over with ice, I broke the ice from around them and poured hot water on them to thaw them out. I do not know how to manually force the sprayers to spray, so I could not test to see if the thaw was completely successful.
I have not checked the vent, and before I climb up there in the ice to run a hose down it, I thought that I would run this past you all to see if vent blocking is a viable problem.
Thanks in advance for your help anyone.