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I have an ecoflush toilet and it keeps "hissing" or what sounds like running, seems to be corrected by lifting the handle up but now it's getting worse and running louder after flushing. Noise again seems to be coming from the clear box that is on the other side of the handle...

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Replace inner components or check for trash inside fill vave.. or replace with a toto

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The two springs in the flush control valve is too weak. I replaced the springs with a slightly heavier gauge and this remedied the problem on six problematic toilets in my hospital. You can also coil a slightly smaller spring to the existing ones and that does the trick.

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