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Possible float adjustment is stripped. Replace float assembly. Or float is making contact with tank or flapper. Observe when flushing and turn assembly to operate freely position and tighten assembly nut under tank to secure.
I saw the other answers and what are they talking about. thetford is a rv toilet the two bottem pedals are control by cable one cable broke You just have to get pedal repair kit pull toilet out and repair I have a repair kit coming as we speak exact same problem
Condensate can build up around the outside of a toilet bowl and that's often referred to as "sweating". Condensate is caused when the air is very humid and an object (in this case, the toilet tank) is colder than the air. Look up something called "dew point"; that describes the point at which the water that is suspended in the air will start to condense on cooler objects. Dehumidifiers and refrigeration type air conditioners can help reduce condensate. You can remove the float and stem by doing the following: 1. turn the water off and flush the toilet . Hold the handle for a while to make certain that you get as much water out as possible, then remove the rest of the water using a towel or whatever means available. 2. Look where the water supply line feeds into the tank. There should be a nut that holds the pipe to the tank. Remove the nut then carefully move the pipe a little out of the way... not much. 3. There should be ANOTHER nut that attaches the float assembly. Remove it and note where the rubber washers are. You may even want to replace the washers when you're done, to make certain that the tank doesn't leak. 4. When you remove that nut, the float assembly may stick a little, but gently work it "back and forth" a little and you should be successful. Good luck
Remove the water cover lid then remove the chain connector at the handle looks like a diaper pin then unscrew the nut holding the handle in place and feed the handle assembly threw the nut and buy new handle assembly and replace. IF it's just the chain is broke replace the chain they are sold separately at any hardware store. IF it's the valve you can replace it as well by shutting off the toilet water valve, next disconnect the hose and go buy a float assembly that is similar. Adjust the new float assembly to be the same length as the old one then install gasket on the float and put in the hole for the float, install second gasket on the float on the outside and then install the nut and install the hose. Before you tighten the nut on the float make sure the float valve lines up with the handle and the float then tighten down hook up new chain and tighten the water hose, tighten the nut on the float and open the water valve. Watch the water level fill up if it looks like it's going to run over you will have to adjust the float so that it does not run into the throat of the toilet.
pull the lid off the toilet, disassemble the toilet handle mech and take the cartridge out of the big black tank under there. the cartridge should be available at any local plumbing parts house. let me know if you have problems
There could very well be salt buildup on the parts that could be cleaned off. Also, if the toilet is not flushed multiple times each day, algae can build up on the shaft, which you could also try cleaning off. Take a peek around the float assembly, and you should see a screw or clip that stops the piece from dropping down. Try releasing the screw or clip, and move the float down, but only a tiny bit at a time. You'll have to experiment a little, maybe moving it several times, but you'll eventually find a good spot. If none of these steps work out, let me know, and we can work from there.