Question about Plumbing
Hello, My toilet cistern overflow is dripping - the water in the cistern fills up just above the overflow level. I think probably the valve needs replacing as I have just read about this. It is a very old cistern. Is there a diagram so I can be really clear what to do as I do not want to use a plumber due to their high charges. Thank you, Carol.
There is an adjustment screw ontop of the fill valve assembly. Tighten this down and the water level should stop at a lower level unless the internal mechanism has crusted up.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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