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Ingenium toilet water will not turn off. The float is completely under water and still water is coming into the tank.


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Should water be coming out of the base of the vertical float tube just inside of tank or only by the flexible fill hose connected to top of float? this is a koehler ingenium system. my tank is constantly...


yes both, but you have a float adjustment issue

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check handle to ensure no tension is on the flapper chain when not being flushed. check flapper to ensure positive seal to flush valve. check water level to ensure not overflowing into flow valve. if that's the case, lower water height.

then if still doesn't work, change flapper,

all else fails, change flush valve.
good luck,
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How do you get the top plastic cap off the Kohler Ingenium flush


My Kohler Ingenium has no pins. The white cap is attached to the grey lever which must be lifted up before twisting both one-eighth turn counter-clockwise, and lifting off of fill tube. Turn the water supply back on and flush the tube out (cover with cup first!). Use a thin wire rod about 12" long to gently poke down into fill tube to clear any clogs. Also check where the small flexible fill tube exits from the main fill tube. Reassemble and cross your fingers.

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Increasing water flow rate


Back-flush the machine regularly and check your water hookup and make sure you to not have a small diameter water line. Other than that it is controlled by the water pump I believe. If the solenoid (the silver thing attached to the pump) used to start the pump is old it could slow down the pump start cycle.

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