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If you mean the small clip that attaches to the exit tube and hold the water line in place, you can't get one.

Just run the tube into the exit tube and it will sty there.

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An installation guide for your toilet can be found here:

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See the top of page 5 for guidance on setting the water level. Make sure you are turning the screw the correct direction (clock-wise) to reduce the fill level.

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to get a new one would require a new fill valve for your toilet, or a local plumber might have one rolling around on his truck.

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Have you check the toilet for proper water level in tank. Level will be near mark on overflow tube or within 5/8" from top or it adjust float if not to get it there.

Next is the fill line 1/4" poly line connected to fill valve to overflow tube to allow proper amount of water in bowl.

Port's under the rim are clear on not clogged you can use a nail or paper clip to push through thes to clean out. You can't see them they are under the rim of the bowl.

If something fell in bowl and got flushed it could be hanging up in the trap in the bowl. If you have some rubber gloves check out drain in bowl before trying to use something to push it further in the drain.

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