Be sure to check the fill height: Any toilet includes a float that’s connected to the fill valve. This float may be set too high, which means the water will just run and run. Or it may be set too low, which means your toilet won’t flush very well. The water should stop about an inch […]
  1. Be sure to check the fill height: Any toilet includes a float that’s connected to the fill valve. This float may be set too high, which means the water will just run and run. Or it may be set too low, which means your toilet won’t flush very well. The water should stop about an inch short of the overflow tube’s rim. If it doesn’t, adjust the float. If the float continues to be a problem, it may be time for a replacement — which you can get at any hardware store.
  2. If you still have any questions or concerns regarding any of your HVAC or plumbing needs then make sure to call your friends at Green Apple Plumbing NJ toll-free at 888-315-5564. We are the experts you can trust. We have been serving the NJ area for years with professionalism and expertise.
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