Toilet Flapper Leak?

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Some reasons the new toilet flapper leaks is because the valve seat is dirty, or the valve seat is damaged. If the chain to the flapper is too short, the flapper will not sit in the seat correctly. If the chain is too long, the extra length could get caught under the flapper causing it to not seal.
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1. Remove the lid from the tank and set it aside. 2. Empty the water from the toilet tank. You can do this by lifting the floating ball so it can't drop. With the ball held up, flush
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1. Lift the top off the tank of the toilet carefully and set it somewhere where it won’t get broken. Ad. 2. Look inside the toilet tank. You should see a white plastic tube
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If it is leaking from the flapper and the flapper is new it is possible that you need a new flapper seat. You can buy a kit to replace it. The seat can have deposits on it that prevent
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Toilet flappers is the washer underneath the flushing mechanism. Normally black or orange in colour.
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