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Eljer pressure assist handle will not move. If water valve is on, water will conitnuously run with no shut off

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If you take the lid off the toilet there is a cartridge in the middle of the tank. if you take the handle mechanism off the toilet and get some plyers you can take the cartridge out of the tank by twisting it out. make sure the water is off and that you have pressed it down ( the part that stick out of the middle of the cartridge)to relieve the pressure. it should come right out and take it to a local plumbing supply shop and they should be able to get you a replacement part for it.

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Remove the tank lid and set it aside. Inside, you should see where tha handle passes into the tank. There should be an arm running along the inside of the tank that raises when the handle is pushed down. Attached to the end of the arm is a chain that goes down into the water and attaches to the flapper valve. Now that you have identified all of these parts, push down on the toilet flush valve, and you should be able to identify where the toilet is broken. It is most likely he flapper or the chain.
Shut the water off behind the toilet, at the wall. Slowly stick your hand into the tank, and raise the flapper. (Don't worry, this is clean water).
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