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Check, it sounds like it is cracked.

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 12, 2015


I would take the flapper to your local box store they should be able to help you.

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Dec 10, 2014


This issue will have nothing to do with the jacuzzi tub. You will find the problem exists in the way your home was plumbed by the plumber.
Somewhere there is a clog in the water line going to the hot water faucet.
Find that and you will solve your problem.

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Oct 06, 2014


Could be a few issue. First check at the back where the tank sits on the bowl, reach underneath or look with a flashlight if you can to see between the tank and the bow, pay attention to the bolts in particular, if you see any water dripping down the bolts or between the tank and the bowl, the tank to bowl gasket ir bowl gasket bolts are leaking, and need to be replaced. Also look inside the bowl when its flushing, no water should be splashing up over the edge of the tank. Also inspect underneath the fill valve that gasket could also be leaking, or the supply line could be leaking.

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Aug 23, 2014


Could be a stuck or old and leaky flapper
Could be a clogged valve
Could be an old in need of replacement valve
Could be a number of other things depending on what kind of toilet and hardware you have
Residential or commercial?
Ball cock and flapper? Or newer style internal float valve?

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Aug 11, 2014


Sounds like a problem with the thermostat.

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Aug 05, 2014


You can fix that with a small amount of "plumber's putty". You have to remove the jet from the tub first, then smear the plumber's putty around the junction where the two meet each other, then reassemble.

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Aug 04, 2014


First try yourself for checking internal part where some particle stuck inside the flush or check the flush for how much water coming from the pipe if not found properly then i suggest A-general plumbers for best services they handle this type of issue easily.
http://www.a-general.com

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Aug 04, 2014


There is a very good chance there was a factory defect. Either the exit hole is misshaped or there may be a small sharp edge that could be eating up the flappers. I would contact the manufacturer telling them about your problem and see if they will replace the tank or just buy a bunch of flappers wholesale and change them when needed.

good luck

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jun 22, 2014

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