Question about Toto Washlet S400 for Power Gravity Toilets - SW564T694
I have a Toto with the power gravity flush system. I have twisted and pushed the shut-off post down to a lower level so that the water shuts off 1/2 inch from the over-flow pipe, but then very slowly (2 minutes) the water level creaps up and then continuously spills into the over-flow pipe creating a water dripping sound until the toilet is flushed again. It seems like the shut-off valve is leaking a little. Can this be taken apart and cleaned, or do I need to replace it?
Just lower your float a little further. otherwise i'd adsume air is leaking out of your float. but if your float is up in the shut off position and water is still coming out. then you need a new assembly.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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