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Check your float for adjustment, water level should be within 5/8 of an inch from top of overflow pipe. Water shouldn't be filling up and running through overflow pipe.
Depending on your fill valve a fluid master has a level adjust on the fill valve to adjust.
A tank with a arm with a float ball on it has a screw on top of fill valve to adjust height.
Also check your flapper out also for sealing correctly.
Posted on May 28, 2010
Is the drip comming from the small fill tube going into the overflow? If so you may need to raise it a little. The nost common leak is from the flapper or seal. On rare occasioms the flush valve itself has a defect that will cause it to leak. Take a close look at the problem and Im sure you will find it. I hope this helps.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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