Question about Eljer & Savoy& Toilet Tank With Lid
In the bottom side of the flaper there is a hole. There sould have come with the flapper pugs to make the hole smaller if the flapper goes down too fast... If you have them put a plug in there that has a smaller hole...they will be assorted colers, each color having a different size hole.
If you do not have the plugs then shut the water off and use something like a silicone caulk to close up the hole some. This will keep the air inside the flapper longer and help it to "float" or stay up longer...
Let the silcone setup or dry for a couple hours and then try again... or just buy a replacement flapper that has the plugs.... the whole replacement should cost less then ten bucks...
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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