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Why is it taking so much long to tank to fill?

Worked fine when it was first installed but now it takes take 3-5 minutes to fill tank. Has good water pressure from fill hose. Takes 45 seconds to a minute to fill when fill hose is taken out of over-flow and put directly into tank. Seems like too much water is going to the bowl and down the drain while filling. What's going on?

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Disassemble the valve assembly. It probably has mineral deposits in it. If this doesn't do it, replace the whole assembly. Costs 8-10 dollars

Posted on Jan 30, 2013

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SOURCE: After flushing, the tank takes ten minutes to fill

Sounds like flush valve needs to be replaced , more then likely just ful lof lime deposits and it makes it slow to fill

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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Attached to the Flushvalve is a rubber stopper commonly called a flapper. If the flapper is worn this would cause the problem. Also sometimes the chain that attaches the flapper to the handle gets caught and the flapper sdoes not seat right. Check this, if it is clear and not obstructed try repalcing the flapper.

Posted on Feb 02, 2011

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sounds like you may have debris in your lines. I was not aware of this until recently but, you should drain your water heater once a year to get rid of sediments that linger and travel through your lines causing possible blockage problems. Try turning your water valve off. Flush toilet so there is no water in the toilet or tank. Unscrew your line to shut off valve to make sure there's no debris. Good Luck!

Posted on May 18, 2011

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keep going...i mean disconnect the supply line from the fill valve, hold the line into a bowl/bucket and slowly turn the water on. is there pressure? sorry for delayed response if you text me back i will try to answer expeditiously:)

Posted on Jul 27, 2011

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