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The fill valve in my toilet tank leaks.and water level can not be

How do I adjust the water lel in my tank without overflow?

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There are different fill valves if you have the one w/ two screws on top you have to tie down the one on your left hand side if you have the one w/ a side plastic long screw adjust that one

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There should be a screw, moveable metal, something that will adjust your float.
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