Most toilet problems are due to simple clogs in the pipe. You can use a household plunger on most clogs; simply press the plunger into place over the drain and ensure you create a strong seal. Next, pump the plunger handle up and down rapidly. If you are successful in unclogging the toilet, the water and any debris in the basin should flush.
If your sink or shower is clogged, there may be hair or other debris stuck in the drain. Many hardware stores sell drain cleaning tools you can use to remove the clog.Please don't use harsh chemicals that could damage the plumbing system.
If you lose hot water access in your rental home, please locate the hot water heater and check the settings on your tank. Make sure the heater is not in vacation mode. If you're using a gas-powered water heater, make sure the pilot light is still lit.
If you make any changes to your tank temperature, wait 15 to 20 minutes before testing the water again.
If your heat or air conditioning isn't working properly, please use the central thermostat in your home to troubleshoot the issue. Verify that all settings are accurate; you can also turn your system off and back on again to attempt to cycle the system and restore the defaults.`