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I have a mansfield toilet and after flushing it keeps running, how can I fix that?


Not sure about your brand but many toilets have a flapper valve inside the tank which needs adjusting or replacing. Try this U tube link
How To Repair Mansfield Toilet

Apr 06, 2015 | Home

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Toilet is running


The most common reason for a toilet to continue to run is a problem with either the flapper or the entire flush valve itself. The water is slowly draining so the fill valve keeps running.
The flapper is the least expensive and easiest solution, so start their. It's usually around $5. If that doesn't solve the problem, I would purchase a flush valve kit, around $20, and replace your flush valve.
*Note: If you have to replace the flush valve, you have to take your toilet apart. Start with the flapper.

Feb 27, 2015 | Home

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Uberhaus dual flush toilet keeps running


The flapper may not be seating properly after a flush. Even though you say the toilets are brand new, something may be askew in the flushing assembly or may have been affected during installation

May 27, 2013 | Home

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Sanislim keeps on running


does anybody know where you can purchase spares for the sanislim just im looking for a replacement motor?

Feb 26, 2013 | Saniflo SaniPlus-Round SaniPlus Macerator...

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After flushing, the toilet keeps running. However, if I turn off the water supply, and then turn back on, the toilet stops running until the next time it is flushed. Toilet makes a


It could be the type of flap you are using. I would suggest you try a different shaped flapper (a cone would work best) and if that doesn't do it, put a new kit into the unit, because it could be that the float system is sticking causing it to continue running.

Jan 10, 2012 | Toto Carlyle One-Piece Toilet Toilets

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Saniflow system keeps frequently flushing even when the system isn't being used. the system is working normally but it keeps flushing through the day and night.


Need to check the flapper inside the toilet tank. this is what opens when you press on the toilet handle. you may need to replace it or replace the whole flush valve assembly.

Nov 07, 2010 | Saniflo Home

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My Eljer toilet does not always flush completely. It is approximately 20 years old. I don't believe that it is a venting problem. I have dismounted, inspected and remounted the toilet and found nothing...


Not being a plumber by trade I don't want to bad mouth what your plumber had to say but there may be other things to consider.
If the toilet does not flush directly into the main drain there is the possibilty that the coupling between the main drain and the toilet drain is under-sized which could cause reduced water flow and your toilet not flushing completely.

Feb 26, 2010 | Eljer & Elongated Toilet Bowl

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Toilet keeps flushing


you need to replace the flapper, it's allowing water to seep thru

Jul 09, 2009 | American Standard 2002.014 - Champion4...

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My toilet only a few weeks old. It flushes fine


Sorry, but the only reasonable solution is to assume that the toilet was installed incorrectly and the wax seal misplaced. Or the sewer line is clogged. I would remove the toilet and take a look-see. A plumber could use a snake to check for obstructions.

Jun 19, 2009 | Home

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