Question about Toto ULTIMATE ROUND FRONT ONE PIECE TOILET MS853113-12
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Toto GMax Flushing System drips
What you are experiencing is a flapper valve problem. Since I don't know what model you have I will give you a link to the generic GMax unit. Here is the parts breakdown for a GMax
I would suspect you need part #7 on this diagram a flapper valve. Take the old one with you since different colors ones are used on different models. You should go to the Toto site to locate a dealer first. You can find their site here:
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Posted on Dec 09, 2008
SOURCE: not enough water in the bowl
The fill valve probably has a float that surrounds the pole that extends from the bottom of the tank. The float usually has a metal rod that comes down with a clip to adjust the float. Move that clip up so that the float sits higher-this should add more water to the tank.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
check the water level in your tank if it is filling ,ajust the float in your tank so it stops before going over the overflow. if not your flapper is the culpret
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
Yes adjust the float level to raise the amount of water in the tank, If you have a float that is a ball around the tank you will have to turn the water off and remove the hose from the tank and remove the nut then pull the water float device out and you will see a clap on the bottom of the float you will turn the float base so that it gets longer, increase it by two inchess so that you increase water flow. Reinstall into the tank hook it all back up and leave the lid off turn on the water and watch the water level rise be sure the float shuts the water off before it over flows, if it starts to over flow then fush it to bring the water down giving you enought time to shut off the water valve.
There is a problem adding low water systems to older septic systems. The septic pipe settles in the ground over time and may cause a ~~~ in the pipe thus causeing blockage. For future reference you can add a one gallon bottle of water in the tank like a milk jug or a used up bottle of puerified water that you have drank and this will decrease it by one gallon per flush. Hope this helps. If you need more asstance just posttothis reply!
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
It depends on the design. Some of these have a flapper with a hole in the cylinder on the bottom side. Watch the flapper as you flush normally. You will see a few bubbles come out of the hole and the flapper will drop before the tank is empty.
If this is the case, you can plug the little hole with something, or buy a new flapper without the hole.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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Water Level Adjustment
1. To adjust, simply turn upper half of valve counter-clockwise to unlock, pull up till water line on valve is level with water line marked in tank, Fig.C then turn clockwise till valve snaps into locked position.
2. Turn on water supply to fill tank.
3. Tamper proof key is optional, and may be used to simply to prevent further adjustment once final setting is achieved. Fig D
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