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- ItemToilet Repair Kit
- For Use WithMost Toilets
- StandardsIAPMO, ASSE, and CSA
- IncludesFill Valve, Flush Valve, Bowl Gasket And bolts, Tank Lever
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1) Is the toilet overfilling and running water down the flush valve tube in the center of the toilet – if it is, your water level is set too high and the fill valve needs to be adjusted.
2) Is there any debris caught under the flapper – if there is the flapper will not seal completely and water will continue to run into the unit.
If you are not sure if any water is continuing to run, a few drops of food coloring into the tank after cycling the unit and allowing the tank to fill is a good way to troubleshoot it. If the water in the bowl changes color, there is a leak between the tank and bowl, or your water level is too high and needs adjusting.
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