If your toilet clogs, you can often pump the blockage through the pipe using a plunger. Only flush your toilet once, or you might cause the unit to overflow. Press the plunger over the drain and pump up and down several times to clear the pipe. If you're successful, the toilet should drain after the clogs clears.
If your handle isn't working, lift the lid on the rear of the toilet. Check that the chain linking the handle and the flapper is still connected
If you lose power to your property, check with your neighbors to see if they're also affected. A neighborhood may lose power temporarily during bad weather or when nearby construction necessitates a temporary power cut.
If you are the only home impacted, locate your circuit breaker. If you overload your circuit, the breaker may trip. Flip it back to the on position to restore power.
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Your home's hot water heater supplies a constant source of hot water. If the water isn't heating properly, locate your tank and check that the settings are accurate. Some tanks have a pilot light that may need to be relit.
Some modern tanks also have a reset button, which will cycle the system. Attempt to reset your tank and wait 15 to 20 minutes before checking the water temperature again.