Re: Toilet Wax Ring Properly Installed?
With no leak and no odor, it's likely that the wax ring is just fine. If you're concerned about it, pull the toilet and replace it again.
While the toilet is out, take it outside, turn it upside down and back flush it with a garden hose. It's possible that one of the kids dropped a toy, stick, or toothbrush into the toilet and it's become lodged in the drain neck. Turning it upside down and back flushing it will dislodge and debris in the neck. It is doubtful that the wax ring has anything to do with the problem because it would have been an immediate issue upon reinstallation. And for enough of the ring to be in the drain to cause a clog, the toilet would be leaking like a sieve around the base.
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