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Water leakage from the gasket under the flapper

Nee to know solution to stop leakage possibly coming out from the gasket under the flapper.

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  • hcpatel Oct 07, 2009

    It is problem related to Eljer one piece toilet tank flush valve. I suspect that worn out gasket might be causing slow leakage, which you can see in the rim of the toilet bowl. I do not see any screw to remove flush valve part.

  • hcpatel Oct 07, 2009

    It is one pice toilet and I see very slow leakage in the rim of the bowl.

  • philschneide
    philschneide May 11, 2010

    Is the leakage into the toilet bowl, or outside the toilet? Is it a one-piece or two-piece (bowl and tank) unit?



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You will need to replace or repair with new gaskets your flush valve mechanism. "To do that you need to take the tank apart from the bowl. Have new toilet bolts and flush valve or flush valve gaskets at the ready when you take the tank off. (you will also have to unhook the fill valve when you take the tank off.) Another possibility would be a cracked tank that is causing the leak in that area but that is rare.

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