My toilet fills up every 10 minutes. What is the problem? - Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions, Answered by The Plumbing Expert.

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My toilet fills up every 10 minutes. What is the problem?

09 Jan, 2020 | Return|

This usually indicates that the flush valve in your toilet tank is not seating correctly and water is leaking from the tank into the bowl. This could be the result of the lift chain being tangled, faulty flapper or a problem with the flush valve itself.

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