Re: problem with vacuity. clogged
Posted by Gary Swart on February 20, 2004 at 17:59:06:
In response to Re: problem with vacuity. clogged
I believe you're looking at the plastic float that rises with the water as the tank fills and when it reaches the top, it shuts the incoming water off. It is not a vacuum. Does the tank fill after being flushed and shut off when filled? (There is usually a water level line embossed in the side of the tank, and the water should stop slightly below the overflow pipe that sticks up more or less in the center of the tank) If the float ball was not floating, the water would never stop.

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