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SOURCE: water leaking inside toilrt bowl

The flush megnisems rubber has parished.
Step1. open sistern and locate the flush meganisem, [shoold 90% of time be the gajet in middel]

Step2.unhook or unscrew all the handels conected to it,

Step3. turn the meganisem left, it wil pop out and at the bottom after you pop it out u see a black rubber that looks damaged, go to plumbing shop with the rubber and they will give u 1 ,its cheeep.

that should fix it.

plz rate my advice


Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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