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Are you talking about your well tank???
Why do you think that it is not working right???
Do you still have air in the tank??
If no air in the tank then the tank is bad...
here is a tip that I wrote about how to make sure the tank air charge is correct..
Well Pump Problems The Water Well Tank
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Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The toilet you just installed is a 1.6 gallon flush water saver and will not have the same amount of water in it that your old 3.5 gallon toilet had. The water level may not be able to be raised as this is the nature of the beast.
If you can raise the level it will only be a little and will be done in the tank area by increasing the water level in the tank. If the water level in the tank is at the mark provided it a done deal.
The amount of water refilled into the bowl is done by the tube that runs from the fill valve into the overflow tube of the flush valve so if you put more water into the tank more water will be put into the bowl but the bowl will only hold as much water as the trap weir will let it hold (what the factory has sit it at and is not changeable
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There is only one way to do this and that is to increase the water level in the tank. To explain the flush valve in the tank fills both the tank and refills the bowl at the same time if the valve runs longer to fill the tank it will at the same time put more water into the bowl. Now having said that the bowl will only hold a set amount of water before it starts running out into the drain. If the tank water level is at the line marked in the tank it will most likely not do much good to raise the level beyond that point and if the toilet you have is a 1.6 gallon flush tank I am sorry but learn to live with it.
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