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I recently bought a Glacier Bay 303-635 All-in-One toilet. It was installed just fine, however everytime I flush the toilet the tank fills up to the water line, but the spout over the water line tube keeps running. How can I make this stop to complete the flushing cycle?

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Try adjusting the water level down about a half inch or so and see if that helps. It could just be siphoning. Otherwise the valve may be defective. Hope this helps.

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