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Tank keeps filling

I cant get the tank to fill after a flush. It seems like a pin or something in the power flush 2 assembly does not always seat again after a flush. The water just keeps running. This has been a problem from the beginning but is getting worse.

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If it's a Turbo Flush 2 block in the water wait for presssure to bleed down and the top section (cap) you can turn counter clockwise this will release the top section. In the top section that comes off there is a black rubber seal, replace it (any hardware store) and this should fix it. That's about the only thing that goes wrong with them.

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