How to Fix a Running Toilet
Do you have a constant or intermittently running toilet? Let's troubleshoot this and get it fixed. If your toilet keeps running, there are a couple of potential issues your toilet may have. The first, and most common, is a leaky flapper. Different parts of the country deal with different types of water. From harsh municipality chemicals to well water, all wreak havoc on the life of a toilet flapper. The most common, and quickest fix is to replace your leaking toilet flapper. The second common cause is due to a malfunctioning fill valve. If your fill valve has an external float, build-up can cause the float to stick and prevent your fill valve from turning off or turning on.
Choose from the following options:
- Learn how to identify your toilet symptoms - Video and step-by-step instructions below.
- Click find part to find the correct replacement flapper and fill valve for your toilet.
- If this doesn't quite describe your toilet issue, choose from the other common troubleshooting topics.
Check out the video to learn how to fix your running toilet.
Video didn't help? Check out the step-by-step instructions below.