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When water level is above the handle on the wall it goes down


Just bought a Kholer normal bathtub-soak, when I fill the water and the water level is above the stain cover (on the tub wall, on which there is a handle to control the water go down or stay in tub), the water will leak from the gap of the cover (there is a gap on the rim of the cover), why there is gap on the cover? How to stop the water going down from the gap because the water in the tub is not high enough to soak the body.

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The cover is called a trip lever and Over flow to stop you from over filling the tub or when you get in the tub to equalise the water level. And prevent water from pouring down on the floor

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