Repair a toilet with flushing problems by cleaning out the holes under the rim. Use the end of a wire coathanger to ream out the holes, and then dissolve the scale using a toilet-bowl lime remover. The process takes abou... More »

Consumers can fix problems that are related to clogging or drain assemblies that affect flushing on American Standard Champion 4 toilets without professional help. They can repair drain assembly problems by adjusting or ... More »

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Some solutions to common toilet problems are replacing the flapper when the problem is phantom flushes and unclogging holes underneath the rim of the bowl if the problem is the bowl emptying slowly or weak flushing. Repl... More »

To fix a toilet bowl that does not refill after flushing, ensure that the water is turned on and the fill valve is functioning properly. Fill valves can either be repaired with a kit or fully replaced. More »

To fix a slow toilet and retain flushing power, remove any full or partial clogs and then remove any hard water deposits with a muriatic acid wash. Some toilets may have been manufactured with defects that cause slow flu... More »

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According to Plumbing Masters, the most common reasons for a slow running toilet include clogged holes along the inner rim of the toilet, malfunctioning parts and clogged vent or sewer lines. Plumbing Masters recommends ... More »

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Toilets keep running after flushing due to water running from the tank into the bowl, which is caused by a problem with the toilet flapper, fill valve, flush valve or lever flush lever assembly. The best way to determine... More »