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Re: why does the water go over the top of the float
Bend float down to adjust water level if water is covering float and still not stopping some flushers have an adjustment screw on top also turn slowly a 1/4 turn at a time if still doesnt stop lift float until stop bend rod to adjust if water doesnt stop from lift than diaphragm in flusher bad and have to change out again
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Check your water level in the tank, if its running out the top of the overflow pipe the water valve is not shutting off. If it has a float adjust the float to a lower level (trial and error) until the water level shuts off about 1/2" below the top of the overflow tube.
Yes it could be valve just cause you changed the flapper doesnt mean that you stop water from filling in tank the valve that shuts water of can still be running the water will go down the bowl fill tube that is were the black tube goes that connects to the top of white pipe the simple whey to find out is just push down on black float and water will stop add in tank let off black ball and water should stop or just lift up on float arm and water should stop bend float arm if necessary.
Change your Ball ****...(Water inlet Device)
You can also make sure that the water level is not set too high in the tank and overflowing into the overflow tube...if it is try to readjust the float to seal the water from getting into the tank. If you cannot readjust the float to stop the water from entering the tank then you must replace the Ball ****.
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I don't exactly know what you mean so i will cover all the basics.
The fill valve sends fills water in 2 locations.
1) the fill valve fills at the low end (from the bottom to the top) of the tank. This is the flush water level. It needs to be stopped by a float switch before the water overflows into the over flow tube.
2) the fill valve fills water via a small tube at the top of it which this tube NEEDS to be pointed into the overflow tube with a high arch. THIS water is filling your toilet bowl section to proper flushing height. If your water in your bowl does not reach proper height and someone removes this tube to aim it into the tank where the other water is stored, THEN you may have the problems you described and you will need to do several flushes to remove waste.
SO to reiterate 1) make sure your float cuts off and stops the filling cycle before the water flows into the over flow tube. This is done from 1 or 2 adjustment screws. and 2) make sure the small black tube is aimed down into the over flow tube with a good arch. The arch prevents back siphon.
The screw can be used but only for minor adjustments. The missing tube should be replaced. If this doesn't solve the problem purchase a repair kit. The repair kit comes with everything you need for about $20 and can be installed yourself (saving $$$ if you called a plumber)
the flapper is not closing all the way in the tank. if, when the handle is at rest, the flapper chain is too taut, the flapper is not closing all the way. so loosen the chain. if there is slack, the flapper is not making a good seal and is letting water through. or if in the tank the water is going over the standing up overflow tube, you need to adjust the float. if you have the ball float, lift it up slowly and see if the water stops running. if not, replace the ballcock (valve where the float is attached. if it does stop, unscrew the ball a little or bend the ball arm down a bit until the water stops short of the overflow. if you have the shuttle float, do the same test. if the water does shut off, adjust the shuttle accordingly.
Lift the cover on the toilet tank. If the water is too high, it is running into the overflow tube. You will have to adjust the float lower to stop the water at a lower level. If there is no water in the tank, the ball **** is faulty and needs to be fixed or replaced.
I have a Kohler toilet and Ingenium fill valve
85297-AA. My toilet kept running, the fill valve black cylinder
wouldn't pop up and when I added blue food coloring to the tank, the
blue color seeped through to the toilet bowl. First I replaced the
flapper and that allowed the fill valve piece on the cylinder to pop up
correctly and blue dye no longer seeped through to the bowl. I still heard a hissing sound when the toilet tank had
filled and no water was going into the overflow tube. I called the tech
support number on the Kohler website 1-800-4KOHLER (1-800-456-4537) .
Here's what solved the problem: Turn off the water to the toilet.Take
off the white cap of the fill valve by pushing it down and turning it
counterclockwise as you would open up a childproof pill container. Then
unhook the metal hook. Hold a cup upside down (I used a strong plastic
cup) over the part of the fill valve that is left in the tank and turn
on the water. (You need the cup because otherwise the water will squirt
up to the ceiling.) The water will flush out the fill valve. Replace
the cap and the hook and flush.