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Water level drops in bowl after it fills

After a flush the bowl fills with water and when its reached its peak it immediately drops about 2-3 inches then stops.

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Replace your stopper at the bottom of the tank. While you do hat you should also just go ahead and replace the float. 25 dollars for everything and 10 minute worth of your time

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