Hi. Yes, what is low? Seems slightly lower than the other toilets. Have
tried adjusting the tank mechanics, etc.
No water on floor to show any leaks.
I have heard of hairline cracks, but not clear how to diagnose.
Try the following experiment. Hold the flush lever down and keep it down until
the bowl thoroughly siphons out empty. Then release the flush lever and let the
bowl refill. If this results in a full (not low) bowl water level then the
problem is your flapper valve is dropping closed too soon. (Holding the lever
down prevents the flapper valve from closing.)
Did it change or is this a new toilet for you. Some have very low
levels. My parents just moved into a new townhome and the 2 low flow
toilets had ridiculously low water levels. Thru them in the garbage
and replaced them with Gerber pressure flush toilets with Sloan
pressure valves. Gerber is famous for large target area (lots of
water in toilet). So much water reappears after a flush that I
decided to check them with food dye. After flush water was completely
clear. Highly rated by Consumer Reports for a good reason.
Low is when it doesn't flush the stuff you want it to flush.
If it works, don't fix it.
If you flush it again as soon as the water has stopped running does it
still end up at the same place? [careful when you try this-- it might
overflow] Sometimes a restricted drain will upset the timing of the
flush & you end p with not as much water coming in after the flush is
Otherwise, the adjustments are in the back-- look at the water line in
the tank and adjust the ball [or whatever device adjusts the level in
your toilet] accordingly.
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