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My Mansfield toilet keep leaking water and very frequently the water need to be replenished. So, I replaced reddish color value seal. (This worked on my other Mansfield toilet.) However, the water leak (internal) did not stop. Should I change the black O-rings (2)? I don't think this will be helpful because there is no inside to outside leak. Please help. Thank you.

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I'm not exactly sure where the seals are that you are describing. I'm thinking that you might need to shut the water off, unbolt the toilet from the floor, and replace the big wax toilet gasket underneath.

That's the main seal for internal plumbing in the toilet, unless you're talking about the toilet leaking into itself and wasting water. In that case you might need to simply adjust the mechanism (float, flapper valve etc.) to get the right setup.

I'm not sure I completely understand your problem though.
I hope this has helped anyway.


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