A: Yes Probably the anger will do the job
A: If the lego is really just 1 inch then i recommend you buy this auger, and give it a try. I can’t make any guarantee but chances are you either get lucky enough to hook the tip of this auger to the lego then just pull it out, or this this auger will give the lego a good push down and out of your toilet drain. Good luck.
A: I would get some heavy duty Plastic cutter pliers at Home depot ,or get something that will cut through a Lego, Then try to surgically cut the Lego away first.May not need the anger tool for this, but the anger is very good at everything else. Good luck !!
A: I don't think it will work. When I've used it; how it worked was by drilling through the clog (paper and poo) and then getting it tangled around the head of the auger allowing me to pull the clog away a bit which lets the toilet flush. maybe try a coat hanger?
A: Hi Jean - In this case, a toilet auger would not retrieve a Lego from the toilet as there is not a way for the head to hook into anything to pull the Lego out. The end of the cable has a corkscrew-like tip that threads its way into clogs and soft objects so you can pull them back out of the toilet. Please contact our Customer Support Team at 877-272-7755 with any other questions.
A: If you can't pull it out with your hand, I'd try to hook something around it to pull it out. I'm not an expert, but in my opinion, I don't think an auger will help with this particular problem.
A: The augur is so inexpensive, it's worth a try - it just might work. I can't guarantee anything.
A: Dear Sha, Thank you for your inquiry! This product should meet your needs. If you have any questions about how to use it, please reach out to our Customer Support Team toll-free at 877-272-7755.
A: Not sure, but can not see why it wouldn't.
A: I used one to pull out a Popsicle stick, so it might get a plastic spoon. It has a hooked end to snag and break-up stuck stuff.
A: It should work for you. We had a horrible clogged toilet that we just couldn't unclog. Went and bought this auger at home depot hoping it would do the job. It did take awhile to unclog the toilet but it did the job. Satisfied with this purchase
A: I don't quite understand the question. Are you trying to say the spoon is obstructing the toilet's drain? It depend where the spoon is lodge in the toilet drain and as you push the auger it should break up the clog otherwise you will have to call a plumber.
A: Depending on the size, yes.
A: Nope. But it may push the toy down into the sewer line to relieve the clog.
A: I wouldn't waste my time using this for your application.
A: Yes, this is why I purchased the device and it worked very well. Took less than 5 minutes to solve the problem.
A: This tool would just push the toy down the pipe further. It is designed to push anything clogging the toilet through the pipes.
A: Yes, you should be able to push through the clog by rotating the handle and pushing the snake through.
A: It is cheap enough that it's worth a try. Usually the clog is pretty near the bowl so I'd go for it. Follow instructions carefully to avoid scratching the visible part of the bowl!
A: Depending on what has caused the clog. Mine was to a blockage caused by an plastic item being dropped in the toilet that was wedged in the S curve, the auger was great at removing this blockage.
A: Yes if the clog is reached by the auger. My auger only has a 3 foot reach so if the clog is to far in, I am unable to reach it.
A: Try it! It should work. It's what a plumber would use to clear it. Use the HD Ridgid one, not the homeowner grade.