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    That's what we're here for!! Glad we could help! Let us know how it's going, and what you decide!

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    Default Case 3000 Continuous Running Update

    I replaced the Plunger and the seat (pictured) using the Ballock Body Repair Kit SP-47. It was ~$32.

    Now all I have is the sound of silence.

    Thank you all again for your help.

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    What a great outcome, and for a somewhat-affordable price! (Very affordable compared to what the other approaches to fixing it would cost!) So happy we could help and that it all worked out!

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    Default Case 3000 Toilet Operation

    I bought an older home about a year ago that has 2 case 3000 toilets. Needless to say I have spent some time researching (limited info) and replacing some parts, thanks to forums like this. I still have a few questions about these units though:

    1) I have seen parts lists for these units, but is there any manual to describe how they should work (see below)?

    2) What is the proper level (height) that the tank should fill to?

    3) I notice (on at least 1 of the 2 toilets) that after a flush (even well after) trace amounts of water trickle from the bowl rim - the only way to see it is to put some paper around the rim and see it slowly moisten). Is this normal? What could be causing this? The plunger is making a good seal and I don't ever seem to ever hear water running.

    4) On the same toilet, at the end of the tank fill, there seems to be air bubbles pushed out of the fill line for 2-3 seconds, then stops. Everything works ok, but this doesn't seem normal. Do I need a new fill valve assembly?

    Sorry for all the questions - I'm still trying make sure these things are operating correctly without wasting any extra water (they are water hogs to begin with!)

    Any additional help or information would be greatly appreciated.
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    Don't know if this drawing is helpful: http://www.watertownsupply.com/Produ...se_page130.png

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    I actually understand what a great gem I have in this toilet despite its age and difficulty with replacement parts. So much so that my bathroom needs some remodel. I just want to uninstall and reinstall this toilet. But I don't know how to start

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