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Raising water level in the toilet bowl. Crane toilet. Don't see where any adjustments can be made. Water level in reservoir tank is up to the inlet tube. How do i get the water level in the bowl to be higher than it is? Quite low at this point.

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    Toilet keeps running. Water level in tank is very low

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Your problem may be a leaking wax ring. Even if you do not see water on the floor, a broken seal may effect the water level in the bowl. I have experienced this in my own home before. If it isn't the problem it's a cheap attempt to fix it.

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The water level in the bowl is limited by the height of the internal trap down stream from the bowl. There is no adjustment possible. If the problem is odors, you can either flush more often, turn on the exhaust fan, or buy a different brand or model of toilet.

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