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There are a lot of things that could cause this problem. You'll probably want to make sure you aren't having any problems with leaks or water pressure first. Other than that, it could be a clogged pipe or something else in your plumbing backing things up. The best advice I can give you is to hire a professional. The last thing you need is to go without a toilet if you mess something up, and a professional would be able to keep that from happening.

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SOURCE: Toilet tank not filling

shut the water off to the toilet .Remove the toilet supply from the tank end.slowly turn the valve on to see if their is any water coming thru the supply.If water is coming thru the supply than you know you need to change the ballcock.This is the part in the tank where the water comes out of.

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SOURCE: when toilet water tank is filling water is

Take the top off the water control valve(shut water off first) You will see a diaphram. Replace it.

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SOURCE: toilet wont stop filling

adjust the over flow

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SOURCE: My toilet is filling up very slow....

Adjust the float in the tank of the toilet.

Posted on May 22, 2010

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SOURCE: My Kohler toilet tank is

Change out the ball **** and float assembly and flapper valve to one of the newer types...
Also you can set the level of water in the tank by an adjustment screw located at the top of the ball ****.
The Flapper valve on the bottom of the tank also needs replacement, that is causing the tank not to drain properly.
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