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Some shutoff valves are pretty marginal to start with, then they corrode. They can easily break if you put too much force on the handle. You are wise to be cautious. You will have to turn of the main water supply and then replace the toilet shutoff valve. You might be able to replace the shutoff valve yourself, depending on your skills and depending on how the shutoff valve is connected to pipe coming out of the wall or floor. But keep in mind that if you get in over your head you will have no water in the house until you get that new shutoff valve in place.
If you can describe what kind of pipe that shutoff valve is connected to I can help you understand if you should tackle it yourself.
check the GFCI outlet (ground fault circiut interupt) that the commode is plugged into there is two button on the outlet one is test and the other is the rest try pushing the rest button. If it kicks back off or doesnt take care of the problem call the installer.
This seems to be a case of blockage within the toilet. Check the
Flushholes under the inside-rim of the toilet. they might be partially blocked by debris or deposits. If so, a Wire-Clotheshanger will help.
If the Blockage is in the drain, a Handauger might be helpful to push
blocking objects through or retrieve.
Waterlevel in the Toilet-tank could be too low. It should be about 1"
below the top of the Drainvalve in the middle of the Tank.
Yes, it will run up your bill! Sounds like the float is hanging up. Take tank lid off and flush, watch the float and if your tank fills quickly but does not stop, bend the float arm to angle the float down further, this should allow your water to stop coming in much quicker. The other possibility could be if the plug at the bottom does not seal correctly after flushing, if so, the water will leak until the plug sits down all the way.
There are two types of bowls as far as toilets are concerned...elongated and round front. The seats are interchangable as long as there isn't anything different in the way the seat is mounted to the toilet. As far as I know and my experiance with both brands, I can't see any reason why it would not work.
from where?? If it is leaking on to the floor from the base of the toilet you need a new wax ring installed,,, if the water is comming out from where the tank bolts to the bowl you need to get the proper kit since it;s a toto they are one of a kind and don't have any universal kits that will work, call or e-mail toto tell them you need the tank to bowl kit, might as well tell them to send the flush valve also and just do the whole thing good luck