There are a number of reasons why a toilet may make noise after flushing; however, a loud noise that takes more than a minute after flushing the toilet may indicate a restricted water flow or a problem with water pressur... More »

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 »

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 »

Toilets can make noise for many reasons: the most common are bad fill valves, calcium deposits inside pipes and leaky toilet valves. In most cases, a cleaning or replacement is needed to correct the problem. More »

There are several reasons for poor performance of a toilet, but adjusting the water level in the tank often improves the flush. Turning the adjustment screw at the top of the valve on ball-cock valves counter-clockwise i... 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 »

Overflowing toilets are most often caused by blockages or defects in the plumbing or the tank float mechanism that regulates water flow. Water builds up inside the toilet, but because there is a blockage where the water ... More »