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Toilet will not flush fast enough

It flushes after about 10 to 15 sec. of holding the handle downi dont know the real product number but i would like to know how to make it flush faster please

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The chain that connects to the flap has too much slack you have to ajust it by switching the chain up a little so the flap will open all the way

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