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Tank not filling with water

About every 4-5 days i find the water inside the tank is comletely empty and if have to fill it up with water. Where is it going and what do I need to do to fix it? I don't see water leaking anywhere around the toilet so I don't know where its going.

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Check the flapper. take it out and look at it, if it has any ripples around the edges then your flapper is leaking water down the drain. replace it with a korky they are nice and cheap.

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