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Just replaced the entire flush assembly because it was running, the float will not stay at the top and it still runs every 10 mins or so, tries to adjust the black screw, it won't budge

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You can also bend the float rod gently to get desired float position

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Why wont my toilet shut off after flushing?

Sounds like your float may need to be repositioned. Try bending the rod that supports the float so the float is further down in the tank. If this doesn't work then you need to buy a replacement kit for the shut off assembly. It is all one piece and includes the float and is easy to replace.

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Have a Duo Flush System from FluidMaster. It continuest to ghost flush. Have adjusted the float valve several times but is still ghost flushes. How can I stop this?

follow this steps and fix it. God bless you

f the toilet bowl overflows, use a plunger or auger to eliminate clogs. If the toilet does not flush, tighten or replace the defective handle , adjust or replace the lift chain , or replace the flush mechanism. Jiggling the handle forces the lift chain or rod to re-seat the flush mechanism, telling you that something is awry.

If the bowl drains sluggishly, remove the clog with a plunger or auger, or raise the water level in the tank .

If water runs continuously through the toilet, lower the water level in the tank , adjust or replace a lift chain or wire , repair or replace a worn flush valve , clean or replace the valve seat assembly .

If water appears under the tank, tighten the tank hold-down bolts , lower the water level in the tank, replace the float valve , replace a malfunctioning ball , or tighten nuts on the water supply line, replace leaking supply line . As a last resort, re-seat the toilet .

If the seat is cracked or unsightly, replace it .

If the bowl or tank is cracked or otherwise unacceptable, replace the entire toilet .


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Running Toilet

Sounds like your flush valve is shot. They are not that expensive and can be easily replaced.

Overtime the rubber in the flush valves break down and need to be replaced. Easier to replace the entire valve than fix the old one.

Semper Fi,

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Is there a security sistem in a gmc ck3500 98

yes usually the 2 white wires break inside column that mount to lock cylinder assembly, try turning key on for 10 min than off than on for 10 min than off than on for 10 min.then try and start if starts and stays running will prob. need passlock sensor which is part of ignition lock cylinder

Feb 25, 2013 | 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe

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When runing petrol is comeing out of the top of number 2 carb then on low revs it spluters and dies

The carb is flooding because of a stuck needle valve in the float chamber. When the bike is running at higher revs, it is probably drawing enough fuel into the engine to run OK, but at low revs, the overflowing petrol will be getting into the engine in far too higher volume and flooding the cylinder, drowning the spark plug.

You will need to remove the float chamber from the carb, take out the pivot pin that the float hinges on in order to release the needle valve and clean it out. 99% of the time simply dropping the needle valve out, giving it a wipe with a lint free cloth and flushing a little clean petol through the inlet pipe to dislodge any obstruction will fix the problem. While the float chamber is off, check that there is no dirt in the bottom and that the entire chamber is clean and free of any muck.

There will probably be a drain valve on the side of the carb (Usually a brass screw set into the base of the carb float chamber at a slight angle). Before you go to the trouble of removing the carb from the bike, try this:

Turn off the fuel supply.
Put a cup under the carb to catch fuel.
Remove the drain plug and allow the fuel in the float chamber to run out.
Now the float is sitting at its lowest possible position inside the float chamber, turn the fuel supply back on and as petrol runs out of the drain hole, tap the carb sharply and repeadedly with the end of a screwdriver as you let about a pint of petrol flush through.
Turn off the fuel supply and replace the drain plug.

The flushing and tapping MAY dislodge the obstruction that is holding the needle valve open and fix the problem without having to remove the carb

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Engine run fine for approx. 10 min than suddenly shut off and will not run since. Machine has only been used once before for 30 min and its a new engine. Drain old gas out before starting. stored over...

Try watching Youtube videos on how to clean a small engine carburetor. Stored small engines get gummed up and a simple cleaning of the carb and fuel flushing may be all that is needed. Usually I need to remove the carb and the float bowl. If the fuel is orange / brown in the bowl it is a sure sign a good cleaning is in order. The float pin needs to move freely and the jet orifice needs to be cleared. Get a can of carb cleaner and spray and wipe all gummed deposits until clean. Note, take a picture of linkage connections, gasket positions, springs and screw sizes and locations in case you get distracted before completing re-assembley if you have a camera on your phone. If not, stay sober and complete asap.

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American Standard Champion toilet keeps running

Readjust the float. the longer it is the more leverage the fill water will have on it. good luck. The fill valve does come apart and cleaned if there is debri in it. Turn the water off first:)

Jun 15, 2009 | American Standard Home

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1995 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 3.4 L

There could be several reasons that may cause an engine to overheat. It sounds like you have covered the most important ones. Thermostat,radiator and water pump. Hopefully you do not have internal damage, cracked head, head gasket, or a cracked block. I would try flushing the heater core and pay close attention to what comes out. You know, is it clogged with stop leak or rust. Then while I was flushing that I would drain the entire system and put in some Prestone super radiator flush. You just add plain water with it and run your vehicle for about 10 minutes. You then empty your cooliant system and refill with antifreeze. The flush works pretty well and if there is an obstruction from a previous owner putting stop leak in the system it generally will clean it out.
BTW, are you sure the thermostat is in properly? Not upside down? I think I would start there before I went through all of the work of flushing the system. It actually sounds like from everything you've done already, that's possible. Hey it does happen once in awhile. Was this car overheating when you bought it? If so, maybe the previous owner put it in upside down, and when you changed it put it in the same way by accident.
Hope this helps.

Mar 10, 2009 | 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix

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