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Kinked or obstructed water supply line.
Posted on Feb 29, 2020
Clog in water supply hose is likely cause, mine had a chunk of rust in it.
Posted on May 30, 2018
for the upstairs if the valve is fully on there is not much you can do other than replace water service to the house or heaven forbid repipe.Valves usually don't restrict fill volume.But you can take the supply loose from the tank and stick it in a bucket turn the valve on and check the flow.this should narrow it down.Down stairs repair or replace flush valve
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
SOURCE: the water tank only on
There is probably some trash in the screen in the fill valve. You can try taking the valve apart and cleaning the internals, or you could just install a new fill valve. The part costs less than $10.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
SOURCE: toilet tank fills slowly
My sister has a two year old Jacuzzi toilet that worked fine until a few months ago. Then it started to take 10 minutes to shut off after each flush. I lifted the tank cover and immediately saw the problem; at least 90% of the refill water was going into the refill pipe instead of the tank. Upon examination I discovered that the plastic part that holds the flexible refill tube to the vertical refill pipe was broken. This part not only holds the refill tube in place, it also has a small orifice at the end to restrict the flow into the pipe. The part was broken in such a way as to let nearly all the water go into the refill pipe instead of the tank, hence it would run for 10 minutes after the toilet bowl was full and waste all that water. I found a small coarse thread stainless steel screw that fit into the plastic attachment piece to help plug the orifice and cut down the amount of water going to the refill pipe. Now the toilet flushes and refills in less than 2 minutes. I'm in the process of trying to find a replacement for that part but so far no luck.
Posted on Nov 13, 2012
if the water keeps flowing then try replacing the flapper if it still flows then the fill tube gasket or tank to bowl gasket need to be replaced.
Posted on Mar 23, 2013
If you remove the fill valve assembly by undoing the plastic nut on the bottom, there is a filter screen inside there (it doesn't really look like a filter from the bottom but it is). To remove the filter, gently blow into the top line where the hose connects and the filter will pop out (quickly, so keep an eye on it). It has a very small mesh and you can scrub it clean with an old tooth brush or air wand. Reinstall and A-OK. During installation, debris may have plugged this filter screen.
Posted on Jan 25, 2014
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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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