|Posted by hj on February 02, 2004 at 22:59:44:|
|In response to Re: American Standard Smart Valve 2000 problems|
In order for it to have gone bad, it would have to have been good in the first place. Smart Valves were never good, and many plumbers, including myself, will replace them immediately rather than take a chance on having to come back on a repair to replace them later.
: I am having problems with the water fill timing on my toilet. It uses a Smart Valve 2000 fill valve, and it won't shut off when the water level reaches the top of the tank. Once the toilet is flushed, it will run (and the water will fun into the overflow tube) for about 2 or 3 minutes, and then it will (finally) shut off. Is there any way to adjust these "smart" valves or has it just gone bad? Thanks in advance for the help
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