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My shutoff valve keeps closing when tank starts to fill

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This means your floater is too low, what you need to do is adjust it so it sits higher,

if you have the kind with the ball on the end then you simply need to raise the ball alittle and adust the screw,

if you have the kind with no ball, then there is a little floater attatched to the fill valve, kind of looks like a slide hammer, (if you know what that is) just lift up on that there should be an adjuster screw somewhere close to it lift up a little and adjust where its needed..
anyone at lowes in the plumbing department can elaborate. and hopefully make it more vivid for you

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