Anatomy Toilet Tank

Anatomy Toilet Tank

The fill valve brings water into the tank after the toilet is flushed and stays on until the tank refills. Any time water exits the tank (such as when a flapper is leaking) .
If you find leaks coming from the tank bolts or toilet flush valve, you'll most likely have to remove the tank from the bowl so you can replace the toilet tank parts .
Common Problems and Solutions. My toilet runs, then stops, then runs. – Your flapper is probably not seating well and you have a slow leak into the toilet tank.
You wouldn't expect an auto mechanic to be able to fix a car without knowing the difference between a spark plug and an exhaust pipe. So we can't expect you .

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