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I'm trying to figure out how to adjust the water level, the level is not rising or needs to be adjusted

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SOURCE: Can't adjust flush time for complete flush, low bowl water level

flush time depends on how much water is in it,
the water level flote has an adjuster on it, but i cant rember were it is,,, sorry

Posted on Oct 24, 2009

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SOURCE: how do I the water level in the tank....I need for

If you have a copper rod with a large ball on the end, just bend the rod down. If it is a floater around a tube, there is an adjustment on the tube

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

heatman101
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SOURCE: Can the water level be adjusted?

Hi,
No you can not adjust the water on them it is set for 1.5 gallon per flush..

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Posted on May 28, 2010

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SOURCE: water level is set too

Inside the tank, on a lever arm there should be a cylindrical float that rises and lowers with the water level. Attached to the float is a float rod with a clip that can slide up and down the rod. You can adjust the water level by sliding the clip down to reduce the amount of water entering the tank. As the water fills the tank, the float rises, pushing up the float rod, which in turn pushes up the level that controls the valve allowing water to enter the toilet.

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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SOURCE: float is adjusted to the proper height but water

Hi lucy edwards...
Change the inlet valve (ballcock) it is leaking and non-repairable
Once you replace your ballcock with a new one and set the water level that will solve your problem.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2011

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Hello, W/D, toilet expert, here.
The tank has a water level line cast into the inside back of the tank. That's where your water level should ideally be. Now, there are a variety of water level controllers, so we'll hit on the major ones. But first, a little nomenclature, so you'll know what it isn't. If you remove the tank lid, you'll notice a tube in the middle that's open, and usually has a smaller tube inserted or attached to it. This is the overflow tube, and feeds water to the rim of the bowl. At the base of the overflow tube is the flapper, and it controls the majority of the flushing power. The flapper is operated by a chain connected to the flush lever. When the flapper is raised (flushed), the water level drops. On the left side of the tank is the water fill valve, The water coming from the house via the tubing under the tank goes into this valve assembly. Part of this assembly is the all important float.
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