|Posted by hj on February 08, 2004 at 09:01:22:|
|In response to Re: Porcher wall-hung toilet bowl water level|
Use a glass to pour water into the toilet slowly. If the water level rises and stays there then you have a low water level and have to make some adjustment in the tank to restore it to the proper level. If it stays low, then that is the water level designed into the bowl and there is no way to raise it.
: We just had a Porcher wall-hung toilet installed. This toilet has an in-wall tank. The toilet flushes just fine, but the water level in the bowl is extremely low. I've tried adjusting the fill valve, but that hasn't worked. Does anyone have any experince with this toilet or offer any ideas? Is the low water level normal for this type of toilet?
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