Question about Jacuzzi Home
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.
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
Do not bend anything, depending on type of ballcock, there are flat head screws on top to adjust or a clip on a lever to slide up or down to adjust
Posted on Jun 22, 2014
SOURCE: my toto toilet keeps running
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.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Your right this is a poor design. Space was the main reason for this and functionality was sacrificed. However, you can get a replacement rod at a major plumbing store. You could rig it by attaching a stem to the valve assembly. Allow the chain or rubber piece to slide over it. It is kind of like putting a permanent finger in the path of the chain to give it a "direct" lift up. This would then force the chain to go up instead of at an angle.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Did you replace the flapper with a genuine Toto replacement flapper? If you didn't, they are slightly different. Toto toilets are fantastic but you do need to use OEM parts for repair.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
SOURCE: Running toilet
Mine does that also, here's what I found.; I am on a well and occasionaly sand gets caught in the valve thingy... Take the tank lid off, turn the arm that attaches to the float assy. 1/4 turn towards the back of the tank and take it out. Rinse off the gasket and pin as well as inside the hole. Reassemble and it should solve your problem.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
There are cheep fill valves and ther better built fill valves, so make sure you buy aa quality fill valve. Also buy a pressuer gauge at ahard ware store and check water pressure level at a faucet outlet. Screw gauge onto water fauct leave a little room for air to escape when water is drippng out tighten the hose bib on the gage turn on the faucet and read the pressure. If it's more than 50 PSI you need to lower the water pressuer. I need to know if your on a, on site underground well,or are on city water to tell you what you need to do to to fix this problem. If there is one. thanks for using Fix-ya if you want more info post here.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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