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Flush Valve leaking

The toilet keeps coming on because of a slow leak in the flush valve. It may only be the flush valve gasket that needs replacing - 9BU064E. I replaced this part only a year ago from a local supplier who just happened to have one in stock. If I need to replace the entire valve THU224 where in Canada ( Vancouver Island ) can I buy one? ToTo USA does not ship to Canada. Where can I buy just the gasket? Thanks for your help.

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Replace the whole valve. It's cheap and easy to do. Probably you can install a universal valve. Look on e-bay or amozon

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If this is one of those models that most people have, the valve that shuts the incoming water off when the tank is filled is probably bad. It only costs about 8-10 dollars to replace. This valve is actually a stem or tree shaped device.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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The small tube that comes from the Korky fill valve needs to go down the center of the tube in the tank. It should have come with a clip to clip it inside the fill tube. If the tube is running water into the tank it is just filling up the tank, not the bowl. The tank is filled with the Korky valve from the top of the tower, not the black hose. See the video below to see the black tube I'm referring to and where it should be attached.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfE8gBV0gHI&feature=player_profilepage#t=92s

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if the flapper is on a chain, you just need to shorten slack on chain to handle.

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hello there and welcome to fixya
Yes this will certainly fix the problem do not forget to adjust the new part a lotof people do not adjust it correctly

Posted on Aug 18, 2011

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