- Troubleshooting a Toilet That Runs When Not Flushed
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Troubleshooting a Toilet That Runs When Not Flushed
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Step 1 — If you have shut off the water supply line, then turn on water and look inside the tank. Determine if the water level is rising so high it is draining into the overflow pipe. If the answer is yes then follow the steps for cleaning the fill valve. It is possible for dirt and debris to lodge itself inside the valve. This can happen any time the water is on and may happen after a new installation, a few days later or even months and years after installation.
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A toilet that runs continuously or turns on and off even when not in use has a leak somewhere. Most toilets are gravity-flow devices, with a tank that holds water and a bowl that is emptied when flushed and refilled from the tank. A float or fill valve controls the level of water in the tank and shuts off the supply when the tank is full. If this device fails, the water won't shut off or will start running again when the water level drops from a leak. Finding the leak is the key to the repair. Put a few drops of food coloring into the reservoir tank and wait without flushing until the water turns on again.
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Does Your Toilet Randomly Start Running?
A running toilet can waste hundreds of gallons of water per day while racking up your water bill. The best way to fix a running toilet is to start by inspecting the toilet flapper for issues. Toilet flapper issues are one of the most common causes of a running toilet. If the toilet flapper seems fine, try adjusting the water level of your toilet. One way to fix a running toilet is by adjusting the flapper, which is a rubber seal that stops the water in the tank from draining into the toilet bowl. Start by turning off the water and flushing the toilet to drain the tank. Then, open the tank lid to inspect the handle, chain, and flapper.
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