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After flushing, water does not refill the tank.

As there is no water refilling up the tank, is there an adjustment or valve that I can check that is stuck or faulty?

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  • sunny2228 Jan 09, 2009

    My toilet will flush but i have to manually turn off the water to make sure that the water doesn't run all of the time. I checked the flapper and the seal is clean. The tank does not get more than about two inches of water in it. That is all the higher it will fill. The bowl has enough water in it. it is just that the water doesn't stop running...Can someone help

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Yeah sounds as though the ball valve or water inlet valve is stuck in the closed position or jammed so when you flush the loo the water doesnt refill.
Isolate water service remove valve as required clean/replace re instate test & leave working

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