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Posted by Anonymous on
Then you either have to lower the water height so that it doesn't overflow the overflow tube, or you have to replace a seal on the ballcock or replace the ballcock with a modern style.
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
okay depending on the type of toilet ball **** (i know its a funny word, but it's really what its called.) you have one the most standard type is the long wire with the big ball on the end. you need to adjust this ball **** so it goes lower test it out, flush your toilett and wait till the water drains then when its supposed to come back up push down on the ball **** and youll see the water will start to fill, so then adjust the little screw on the fill valve (the other side of the floater where its attached)
you may need to shut off your water supply and drain your tank depending on how skilled you are,
pretty simple work, if you have questions feel free to ask.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
if it worked fine and now it has stopped....then there is no adjustment that will fix it. If the fill valve is not shutting off you either need to replace the seal in the valve or get a new fill valve. If the water is leaking past the flapper you will need a new flapper.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
According to the Make and Model listed in the heading there is a couple of areas on the fill valve.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
I don't know what you mean by "pumping" the tank. If the toilet runs, then either the fill valve is defective or the seal on the flush valve is defective. First, check to see that when you move the float, the toilet stops running. If it does not, then replace the fill valve. If it does, then inspect/replace the seal on the flush mechanism at the bottom of the tank. If this seal is bad, you can usually see water continuously flowing (slowly) into the bowl. You will see ripples on the surface of the water in the bowl.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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