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Most of the HooverLine fill valve have an adjustment screw on the top of the valve. It only takes about a half turn to change the level. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 13, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you. You are correct. The plastic screw on top of the valve did the trick. At first I went to far with the screw and the tank water level went too low. But I got it just right now. Thanks. "
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Water Level Adjustment
1. To adjust, simply turn upper half of valve counter-clockwise to unlock, pull up till water line on valve is level with water line marked in tank, Fig.C then turn clockwise till valve snaps into locked position.
2. Turn on water supply to fill tank.
3. Tamper proof key is optional, and may be used to simply to prevent further adjustment once final setting is achieved. Fig D
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