How is water level inside your holding tank? Too much water in the
holding tank may cause this problem.
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Most of the time, a vent problem. If the toilet gurgles up a storm on
flushing and ends up low it's almost certainly a vent problem. In the
rare case that things flush fine and fill normally, but end up low later
the possibilities are a crack in the toilet, or some gunk buildup that's
acting like a wick to drain the siphon.
An often overlooked cause is the tank ballcock
It's a 1/4" tube from the fill valve into the
flush valve overflow standpipe. As the tank is
refilling, the tube runs a jet of water into the
overflow to refill the bowl.
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