|Posted by hj on December 04, 2003 at 08:21:46:|
|In response to Re: Crane Low Flow Toilet|
It could be as simple as the direction the two pieces were in when the assembler tighten the lock nuts on them. The fill valve usually has an adjustment to control how far the ball can drop.
: I have a Crane Low Flow Toilet. The flapper keeps hitting the float which causes the toilet to run if not watched. I bought it in August at Lowes. When I looked at one last week in a good plumbing supply store the flapper and the float were a long ways from each other. Same style toilet in two different locations. I am puzzled by this and also what is the fix for this problem?
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