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How do you adjust the flow so it doesn't continue to run after flushing?

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You have to adjust the float it is the thing inside of the tank it is either a ball on the end of a rod which you screw in to adjust or sometimes you have to bend it down a little. Or it is a float that goes straight up and down in that case there is a rod that runs down the length of the filler. Also check and make sure that the flapper in the tank is sealing all the way.

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