How to Fix A Running Toilet GUARANTEED | DIY Plumbing Repair

14July 2020


Today I’m showing you how to fix a toilet running toilet. This is a guaranteed quick fix and is not very hard. If your toilet won’t stop running, this simple repair will have it fixed in no time. This DIY toilet repair only requires one tool and will prevent you from having to call a plumber.

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10 Reviews to “How to Fix A Running Toilet GUARANTEED | DIY Plumbing Repair”

  1. Unhook the chain from the flapper before mounting the tank

    Just measure the old flush valve and cut the new one to that length

    This isn’t hard, if you’ve done one you’re pretty much an expert.

  2. Very helpful Mr Wakefield! Your demos illustrate all different possible problems and your solutions are right on target. I will make sure my nuts are snug.

  3. It looks extremely easy, but it’s difficult to turn the water valve off and to remove the plastic nut below the toilet. Im going to end up calling a plumber.

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