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The water kept running after finished flushing and tank gets full. The floater is at a right height. Replaced the rubber flopper. I can see that the water is running into toilet bowl from small holes on the inside ring of the toilet. How can I solve this problem?

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Hi,
Either you did not get the right flapper or you have a crack that is letting the water through even though the flapper is sealed...
Cracks can be very hard to identify, but if the flapper is sealing good then that's your problem...

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Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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