|Posted by Terry Love on December 29, 19100 at 10:38:58:|
|In response to Re: no water from toilet rim|
You can also check the rim holes with a coat hanger and see if they are plugged. Terry
: After the flapper drops it cuts off the water to the jets. The water that continues entering the bowl is to ensure a trap seal. Make sure the flapper is in good shape. When they get old they shrink and become brittle, causing them to drop too quickly. Also check the ballcock. Mark
: : after the water goes down the toilet drain from the tank on a flush and the flapper closes, no water comes from the rim of the toilet. This makes for a poor flush. Can anyone help!
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