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It must be clogged. Try using a plunger first. If thayt doesn't work, consider using a "toilet snake". Simply place the end of the flexible cable into the toilet bowl and begin unwinding. The cable will extend round the bends in your trap way dislodging any clogs as it goes. If you come to the point where you feel some resistance, you will need to rewind the cable back into the bowl and remove anything that comes up with it. Repeat this process until your toilet runs clear.
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You need to replace the gasket in the fill valve if it is a problem that was not there when it was new. If it is new? Check the water flow from the supply line to the toilet. Turn of the water to the toilet, remove water line from toilet, run water into a bucket to check flow. @ the bottom of the fill valve where the water connects, on the inside there may be a screen that in plugged
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