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Glacier bay flaperless 1.28 gal toilet. On the flush, water splashes off the bottom of tank and comes out over the lip on right hand side of tank .

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Does the tank lid have a seal on it to keep water from coming out?

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The food die in the tank showed water was leaking into the bowl. As a result the water would try to keep filling the take every time a little water escaped making it hiss. Sound familiar?
Finally I contacted someone on line home depot and the glacier bay manufacture was the main people. You need a silicone washer that goes in the main center piece mechanism that lets the water into your tank. You need to remove the center main piece in your tank. at the bottom inside the mechanism itself is a washer the size of a coffee mug top circle.
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