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How do you lower the toto power gravity float? no room to twist or push down......

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just lower your float a little further. otherwise i'd adsume air is leaking out of your float. but if your float is up in the shut off position and water is still coming out. then you need a new assembly.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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You have a problem with your flapper not seating all the way so the water is not filling in the tank to lift the ball **** to shut off the water first make sure the flapper is ok

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loosen the adjustment screw on the top of the fill valve.

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just lower your float a little further. otherwise i'd adsume air is leaking out of your float. but if your float is up in the shut off position and water is still coming out. then you need a new assembly.

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if its a metal arm connecting the ballcock shut off valve to the float flush it and bend the metal so the float is lower. if u can adjust the ball **** lower then do so. the shut off is not shutting off cause the float isnt going high enough. and the excess is going down the overflow.

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