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A delay once it is flush to get water in ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am not a plumber but stumbled across the solution on my own. While watching the float during the flush cycle, it was obvious that it was very slow in moving downward along with the water level in the tank. The problem was that the small opening in the float chamber was partially clogged. Using just my fingers, I reached under the float chamber and cleaned off any debris that was blocking the opening underneath the float chamber. Put the float back on, and instantly the problem was solved. The tank fill started immediately after I flushed.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
I have the same problem and can not find a solution. The toilet flushes fine but then a delay in filling up the tank occurs. Is there a part I can replace? Does something need to be cleaned or cleared?
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
Rossouw R. im a plumber.
Were the flexi hose go in to the toilet and conect up to velve thread tape. unscrew the flexi hose and then the plastick nut holding the velve on to the sistern.
put the new velve in and bobs ur uncel.
Its very easy, just look were the 2 seal rubbers are when u remove it, may be 1 rubber.
and the flout of the velve will be a cup or ball, thast ajast that tothe right water level, u will c were the flout or ball is on new velve there will be plastick with bumps un it [most commen] if not let me know bt around that area u should find somting to adjust the hight. sorry for spelling errors, im a plumber nt a english major lol
plz let me know if u get in a rut .that is realy the onley solution.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
The small tube that comes from the Korky fill valve needs to go down the center of the tube in the tank. It should have come with a clip to clip it inside the fill tube. If the tube is running water into the tank it is just filling up the tank, not the bowl. The tank is filled with the Korky valve from the top of the tower, not the black hose. See the video below to see the black tube I'm referring to and where it should be attached.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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