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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Toto GMax Flushing System drips
What you are experiencing is a flapper valve problem. Since I don't know what model you have I will give you a link to the generic GMax unit. Here is the parts breakdown for a GMax
I would suspect you need part #7 on this diagram a flapper valve. Take the old one with you since different colors ones are used on different models. You should go to the Toto site to locate a dealer first. You can find their site here:
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Posted on Dec 09, 2008
Remove the tank lid and look at the fill valve. Is it a yellow valve?
This fill valve is common on the Toto Toilets and can easliy plug with debrie.
They can be disassmbled and cleaned. however, I usually just replace the valve with Fluid Master Fill valve.
You will also want to check the water coming into the toilet by turning off the water that supplies the toilet and disconnecting the water supply line. After removing the water supply line turn on the water at the valve to make sure that the water is flowing properly. Check the supply line also to make sure it is not plugged.
Be sure and place a small container to catch the water that will come from the valve. A towell will also help from making too much of a mess.
If the Supply line and the valve are clear the problem is in the fill valve.
The G-Max system denotes the Flushiing system which is a 3" flapper that allows the water from the tank to flow into the bowl quicker.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
The fill valve isn't adjusted correctly. Does it have a ballcock or a newer fill valve? If it's the ballcock, there's a screw in the middle of the fill valve that you can loosen to lower the ballcock. If it's newer, you'll see a float that surrounds the fill valve. It has a small metal clip toward the bottom that you need to pinch to raise or lower the float. It also has a large plastic screw with a phillips head at the top for fine tuning.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
SOURCE: loose Toto toilet seat
Lift up plastic caps located on ends of hindge behind seat. use flat screw driver and hold the nut under the outside toilet rim with your fingers or a pair of pliers. Do not over tighten or might crack the bowl.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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