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Super low water level in bowl decreases after flush refills

The toilet flushes normally and the bowl refills with water to a normal level. However, the water then slowly decreases over the next 30-60 minutes to only 1.5"-2" and is only in the very small 4" opening at the base. I have tried adjusting the knob inside the tank as well as adjusting the water fill level, but nothing works. This is the second Perfecta. The first one did the same thing, but then leaked out of the bowl through a chip in the porcelain, so it was switched out. I guess at least it's not leaking this time! Any suggestions???

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First, fyi, adjusting the knob? in the tank, or the fill level will not increase the amount of water in the bowl. The bowl fills to a certain point, and then as more water is added it starts to go over the built in trap, and down the drain. When you flush the toilet, all the water in the tank dumps into the bowl, and the existing water is pushed over the trap and down the drain. All of this being said it sounds like you may either have an internal crack, between the bowl and trap; you may have a crack that is draining under your toilet, (water spots?), or you have a more serious plumbing issue, improper venting, which is causing a vacuum, and pulling the water out. Hope this helps.

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