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You'll have to see if the water is leaking past the flush stopper or into the overflow tube. The tube is the little pipe where water drains if the tank is filled too high. The flush stopper is a rubber flapper mounted on the bottom of the overflow tube. If water is running into the tube, then the flush valve may be stuck, so shake it up and down (gently) and hopefully it will be freed. If water is not running into the tube, then reach down and try to seat the flapper stopper to see if something was lodged there to keep it from seating all the way. Would be a simple fix either way.
Unfortunately we can't see what you can see. The problem must be right in front of you but you are missing it. Eg Parts / Seals in backwards.
If you can't figure it out and it's that urgent then call a plumber.
I had this issue as well with my toilet. My chain was unattached and had been sucked down the drain under the
stopper valve preventing the toilet stopper valve from completely
closing and causing the water to continually run. After re-attaching the
chain I noticed when I flushed the toilet that the handle did not rise
again until I manually pushed it up. After readjusting the chain to a
tighter position where the chain was not floating at all but instead
holding the stopper valve in place I again flushed to check the
reaction. This fixed the issue of the water continually running and also
the handle not resetting itself properly.
Here is the steps I took to resolve my issue:
Step 1: Remove the lid off of the tank.
Step 2: Check to see if the chain coming from the Toilet Handle to the Stopper Valve is loose, unattached, or broken.
Step 3: Flush the toilet and check to see if the problem has been fixed. If not readjust the chain to a different position and flush again.
Step 4: If all is resolved replace the tank lid.
Other possible things to check: Check the Float Ball to see if it's Half-way or more submerged in the water. If it is it needs to be replaced.
The rubber stopper that is inside the back of the tank is allowing water to get by do to: (1.) Be wore out- must be replaced with a new one. (2.) The chain that is connected to the flush handle needs to be adjusted. However, if it has not been messed with recently, then it will be the (1.)
I am not familiar with this particular toilet, but most toilets that have a tank have this problem when the rubber flap stopper does not seal and allows water to trickle through.
this is the rubber stopper that lifts when you use the flush handle, the fix was to use the handle and allow all the water to flow out and use a soft rag and clean the area that the stopper seals to, and you will also want to clean the stopper of any gunk that may have accumulated on it.
YOU COULD HAVE A BLOCKAGE IN YOURE LINE OR IF YOU ARE LUCKY YOU JUST NEED TO ADJUST THE CHAIN THAT CONCTS THE Handle to RUBBER STOPPER IN THE BACK OF THE TOILET THIS WATER IS CLEAN AND YOU CAN PUT YOUR HAND IN THE BACK PART OF THE TOILET WITH NO WORRIES JUST TAKE OFF THE LID AND FLUSH IT OBSERVE THE RUBBER STOPPER IN THE BACK OF THE TOILET IS IT COMING ALL THE WAY OUT