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Repair a flush 1

Flush leaks can have different origins. To remedy this, we must begin by diagnosing them. Once the problem is detected, all that remains is to intervene.

Difficulty level:

Easy to medium, depending on the origin of the problem.

Tools and materials needed:

A wrench.
A pliers power strip.

If water is constantly leaking from the bowl this may be the bowl seal that is scaled or damaged, or the float that is improperly adjusted.

Repair the tank seam

Step 1: opening the tank

Turn off the water tap, then empty the tank by pressing the push button or pulling the flush.
Then disassemble the push button or the pull of the flush and lift the lid of the tank.

Step 2: cleaning or replacing the seal

Once the tank is open, lift the bell and clean the seal with an inhibited white vinegar cloth.
If the seal is worn out, it must be replaced.

Repair a flush 1: repair

Adjust the float Step 1: opening the tank

Turn off the water tap, then empty the tank by pressing the push button or pulling the flush.
Then disassemble the push button or the pull of the flush and lift the lid of the tank.
If water flows through the overflow, it is good that the float is incorrectly adjusted

Step 2: adjust the float

Twist or move the float arm slightly until the water level returns to normal.


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