Rust or debris caught between the flapper valve and the bottom of the tank is the most frequent cause of a toilet tank that does not fill. A faulty valve or seal is also common. This problem is usually accompanied by the... More »

The number one cause of a toilet tank not filling up is a faulty fill valve. Over time, the inner workings of a toilet tank wear out and need replaced. When the fill valve begins to wear out, it can stick in a closed pos... More »

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Most home toilets use the gravity flow from the pressure in the tank to create a siphon to empty the contents of the bowl. If the tank doesn't fill, then the toilet won't flush. The problem often takes just a few minutes... More »

The number one cause of a toilet tank not filling up is a faulty fill valve. Over time, the inner workings of a toilet tank wear out and need replaced. When the fill valve begins to wear out, it can stick in a closed pos... More »

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There are two main reasons why the reserve toilet tank will not fill with water: either a broken or worn toilet flap or a broken fill valve. Another simple reason that is often overlooked is that the water supply to the ... More »

Some symptoms of a worn toilet tank valve are humming and constantly running water. The tank valve is responsible for filling the toilet reservoir with water in preparation for flushing. As tank valves become worn out or... More »

When toilets are hard to flush, the underlying problem is typically an issue with a clogged pipe, low water in the tank or the flapper valve closing too soon. Typically these problems can be solved without having to call... More »