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After flushing the water is not running into the waterback or into the reserve

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SOURCE: after flushing, water fills up tank and continues

Your problem is the water fill valve. Check this link.http://www.rd.com/17646/article17646.html
it's not the flapper or flush valve.

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Fill valve in tank has a washer in it you take it off and make sure there is no trash restrcting flow and also chack out flaper to see if it is sealing correctly.

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