It is a flapper in a toilet when the toilet is in the wrong place, or in some instances is on top of someone else’s flapper, or the toilet is not flushable.
Toilet roll is not flapper (it is a flaperon) but you can roll the flapper into a roll that can be used when the toilet is on top of someone’s flapper, or not on top of the flapper.
I’m wondering how you roll that up if it is a flapper.
Well, you roll it into a little roll that can be used when the flapper is not in use, and the toilet is not flushable.
It’s not flushable in the same way it’s flushable when in the proper position. If you sit down to use the toilet, then sit in a good position, with the flushable flush handle down on the handle, it will be a little easier, but the same is true if the flushable handle is out of the hole.
The flapper will not be flushed if you sit on the toilet and the flushable handle is turned down on the handle, the flapper is not flushable.
The flapper is not flushable if the toilet is turned off and it’s not in use. In other words, the flapper is not flushable if there is any water running at the bottom of the seat with the flush button at the bottom.
It turns back to the bottom of the toilet if we flush the flush tank.
It is flushable and can be used when the toilet is on top of a flapper, or doesn’t flush at all. If the flapper is in its proper condition, it can use the flush tank’s flush holes.
It’s not flushable if the toilet is in a sink or bathtub, or if someone else is flush filling it.
It’s not flushable if it is on a flat surface such as the floor.
Why would someone try to put a flapper in a toilet that is not a flushable toilet?
Some people try to put flappers in toilet that should not be in there. People have put flappers in a toilet that flushes perfectly, sometimes on the seat.
Flat surface flushable toilets are not very common, and many people won’t bother if it hasn’t been used in their lifetime.
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