Toilet Keeps Running after Flushing?


If your toilet keeps running after flushing, it could be that the tank ball needs to be replaced. The intake valve could also be faulty if the toilet keeps running. The flush valve could also just be sticking if when you jiggle the handle the toilet stops running.
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