Why does my Toilet Keep Running?

Answer

A toilet will keep running because the plug inside the toilet water tank did not land over the pressure hole. Remove the lid on the water tank. Locate the plug and lift up on it. Position it to go over the suction hole.
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The old "wiggle the flushing handle trick" has always worked well for me, but if this doesn't work, try taking the top off the tank, and readjusting the float.
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1. Lift the cover off the toilet’s tank and set it somewhere safe. Place several drops of food coloring in the tank’s water once the toilet is silent again, and watch
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Answer Toilets run because inside of the tank, there is a pipe which lets water go into the toilet bowl when it is flushed. Covering that pipe is normally a rubber flange that gets
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If you have a toilet that won't stop running, check the float valve inside. Raise it up all the way and see if the toilet stops. The stopper or tank seal may also be leaking into
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