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Your toilet doesn't flush. The water just spins.

Your toilet doesn't flush.

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Check the power source to toilet and all wiring conversed.

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kohler one piece toilet. it is leaking around the bottom of the toilet but if I put the water in the back of the tank myself, it doesn't leak


if its leaking from bottom of toilet on the floor. its the wax ring that may be bad, if it does this when flushing it is either cracked or the wax ring under toilet is bad.

Mar 26, 2012 | Kohler Home

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After flushing, the toilet keeps running. However, if I turn off the water supply, and then turn back on, the toilet stops running until the next time it is flushed. Toilet makes a


It could be the type of flap you are using. I would suggest you try a different shaped flapper (a cone would work best) and if that doesn't do it, put a new kit into the unit, because it could be that the float system is sticking causing it to continue running.

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just pop in to any hardware shop ther all pretty much the same thing these days.

Dec 21, 2011 | Home

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My toilet doesn't flush every time I flush it! It only flush If I pour a little more water into toilet bowl while water coming down toilet bowl! I've checked water level in tank and it was full filled to proper level. I bought my American Standard toilet last year. It works fine in a month and after that I had this flushing problem! Please tell me what went wrong. I'd appreciate it. Thank you.


I think the problem with your toilet bowl is in the tank fitting of it..you better check if the fittings are proprerly working..You also check the flapper and also the fillvalve.
If it is not good already you can replace it by buying the tank fittings at the hardware store..And you better also be check it to your plumber for the second thought..

Jun 17, 2011 | American Standard Home

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