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After flushing ---- has good burst of power then slowly fils up taking about 10-12 seconds

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Depending on your line pressure, refill time will vary. Typically, it takes about 30 to 40 seconds for the system to refill and re-pressurize.

If you're saying the bowl slowly fills up for 10 - 12 seconds after the flush, that's an indication of an obstruction in the trap, drain-line, or venting and you may need a plumber.

Jot down the serial number and phone number on the Flushmate label and call tech support or visit www.howto.flushmate.com for helpful troubleshooting videos.

Hope this helps! Good luck.

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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