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this is usually caused by slightly higher than normal water pressure in your area or foreign matter lodged in the fill valve body. the quickest/cheapest solution is to flush the toilet and turn down the pressure to the toilet by slowly turning the shut off valve toward the off position till it stops making noise. otherwise you could replace the fill valve w/a "whisper" valve by fluidmaster, from home depot,lowes,etc, which is much less noisy in general but even a whisper will make noise if the water pressure is to high. hope this helps but if you need anything else just ask:)
SOUNDS LIKE THE UP LIMIT IS EITHER OUT OF ADJUSTMENT OR NOT WORKING.
TURN IT ABOUT THREE TURNS COUNTER CLOCKWISE. THIS SHOULD BE ENOUGH TO MAKE IT NOT OPEN ALL THE WAY. THEN ADJUST IT 1/2 TURN AT A TIME THE OTHER WAY UNTIL IT GETS CLOSE THEN SMALLER ADJUSTMENTS TILL YOU ARE HAPPY WITH WHERE IT STOPS.
Have you went through rain puddles lately this can cause them to squeal. If this is not your problem then i would set the adjuster on the brakes.... look near the bottom of the brakes for a dial with teeth and turn them downward to set the brakes back a little.... your brakes could be set too close still. Hope this helped ;)
I have the same low boy where the bolts are inside the hollow body of the toilet. I called Kohler customer service and was told to use brute force to yank the toilet seat out. My husband suggested using a saw to cut the bolt but he hasn't done it yet. He wants to replace all our Kohler low boys which constantly leak becos of poor design of handle and flapper. The handle pulls the flapper slightly to the side when you flush. And the flapper lip being a tiny bit too small, if it doesn't sit just right, the toilet leaks. We've replaced one already with a Toto and love it. Too bad that Kohler isn't trying to fix the problem as I see many many online posts with the same problem and recommendation to replace the Kohler with Toto or somethng else.
Very likely pump motor shaft seal leaks water into bearing casing buildup of rust and consequently noise. I just replaced $112 worth of pump assy and it's back to normal. I would also buy repair manual for $10 on-line to be sure how to disassemble the sump to get to the pump.
This squealing noise is caused by the capstan motor. The bearings have dried up and it's metal on metal - causing an awful squealing noise. As soon as you put in a cassette, the motor begins to spin - causing the squealing noise.