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Fix A Running Toilet By Replacing A Toilet Fill Valve

By November 3, 2012

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Anti-siphon toilet fill valveA running toilet is one of the most common plumbing problems in the home. Often the fill valve is the cause of the running water in the toilet tank. It is fairly easy to fix this problem by replacing the fill valve that isn't working properly.

There are various options when selecting a new fill valve and the choice is really up to you. Lately I've heard so many people talk about the little adjustable anti-siphon toilet fill valve that I figured I would give the design a try. This fill valve design has been around for a long time, is inexpensive, and very quick and easy to install.

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November 8, 2012 at 1:24 pm
(1) Paul Cohello says:

I actually need to replace my fill valve, but I’m no good at these kinds of things. Can you recommend any salt lake city plumbers? Thanks for posting. Cheers!

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