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You may also have a crack in the trap of the toilet bowl. If you are referring to the actual bowl part. This can be a result of poor handling, or just a defect in the material. If you add some food coloring to the tank (where the flapper and fill valve are located) and let the toilet sit, you will be able to determine if the flapper is leaking, or if the problem is in the actual toilet itself. (If there is a crack between the bowl and the trap you will not see an actual leak, as the water is in essence just "going down the drain" Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
This sounds like a leaking flapper.although you may not see a leak, this is always the problem.a leaking flapper can be replaced,just becauce the toilet is new does not mean that it may not have defective parts.i would check the flapper first then the fill valve.this will most likely fix your problem.good luck with your project.
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