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Adjust the screw to raise or lower water to make get it to work right. Some times the installation isn't put in right so it needs to be drained and loosed and set right before tightening down and turning water on.
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.
Yes, If I remember correctly you need to replace the flush valves. I cant remember if there is just one or two valves but they need to be replaced. go to your nearest plumbing supply house (a home improvement store will not carry it) and get a new valve. This will fix your problem.
cut and insert the "T" from the flush kit on the heater hose outlet or inlet. make sure you are cutting into the heater hose coming out of the firewall heater area and not a large vacuum line. if your not sure ask a mechanic.
connect the kits anti syphon to water hose and connect to the T you have installed , open the radiator , and flush very slow if engine is hot , or wait till engine is cool as a very cold flush can damage the engine.