without any pattern the toilet will flush. i think the flapper is
letting a slow drain take place. is there a dye made that i can use
to see if this is taking place, something that will not stain the
thanks for the response. the blue tablet i am aware of but the owner
doesn't use them and i wanted something very temporary. food dye
occurred to me but i wasn't sure if it would stain the porcelain. i
have two extra flappers, i was trying to avoid changing it just to
find out i need to replace everything under the lid. i think i
replaced everything under the lid within the last 18 months, thought
it should remain troublefree longer than it has. anyway, thanks all.
On Sat, 21 Oct 2006 14:15:58 -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The easiest thing to do is turn off the water supply to the toilet for
6-8 hours (overnight perhaps) and see how far down the water level will
drop before it stops leaking. This will identify where the water is
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