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Water level drops in bowl after it fills

After a flush the bowl fills with water and when its reached its peak it immediately drops about 2-3 inches then stops. Water in bowl drops after filling. Mine is brand new out of the box. Any other suggestions.

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If very little water is used on initial flush, The bowl is functioning as a tank for second thorough flush. The high water level cannot stay high in the bowl while in motion or you would have a mess ion start and stops.

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