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If a leak can't be repaired by tightening, you can try taking it apart fully and seeing it anything is twisted or perished. Best way though for trouble free use and peace of mind is a new coupling.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get a new filler assembly. the water in the tank is heavy enough to close the seal completely. or the rubber seal is not making contact. thats' why the leak.
change the whole assemble ususally correct the problem.
adjuste the flow to about 1/4 to 1/3 under the over flow. if that still don't give you the pressure. you ca adjust the flow tube to 1/5 under the cover. that is the max.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
SOURCE: Installed a new Kohler model
1) The diaphragm in the Sloan is for a urinal. (1.0gal vs. 1.6gal);
2) Not enough water. (stop partially closed, supply undersized)
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
hi , the top of the bolt has a square shaft and slots in a grooved metal bracket , Try pulling down on the wingnut as you tighten , you should feel it slot in, once its semmi tight i shouldnt spin , If its been leaking then maybe its sludged up so you should take the cistern off alltogether and reset the rubber ring gasket , that way you can tape the bolt down with gaffa tape to aid reassembly,
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
You are probably correct, the water level needs to be raised. There are many different toilet tank systems, but all have some way to control the water level in the tank. Let me know if you need help figuring it out...
P.S. You'll have to take the lid off the tank, first...pardon me if that is too obvious
Posted on May 08, 2009
There is a screw adjustment that basically allows so much water by then the valve shuts off. Located under the cover. If you already tried adjusting this then replace the diaphram. Plumbing shops will have the kits. Pretty simple to fix. Good Luck have a Great Day. Please give a 4 THUMBS UP if this free answer was helpful. THANKS
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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