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What does it mean when the tank keeps running?


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2005-10-20 20:23:30
2005-10-20 20:23:30

If you mean the toilet tank, it means you have a leak and water (and $$$ if you have a water meter) are being lost. It is the same as a leaky faucet. You need to find the source of the leak and repair.


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Running keeps you healthy and fit.

The filter on an aquarium should always be running. Your filter is what will primarily contain all your good bacteria from the cycling of your tank, this is what helps keep the water clear, and along with regular water changes in your tank, it keeps the ammonia, nitrites, and nitrates at or near 0.

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Probably means you running out of fuel and need to get a refill.

it sounds like your coolant over flow tank is leaking. it is a common problem with these cars. might also check your radiator for leaks or your exhaust for coolant, but if there is coolant in your exhaust that would mean blown heads

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you mean your fuel pump was working until you ran out of gas and now it doesn't work? yes, if you have an electric in-tank fuel pump, you need a new one. fuel pumps in the tank require lubrication to prevent them from overheating, and the fuel in your tank keeps the fuel pump "wet". when you run out of gas, you run it "dry" and will destroy the fuel pump.

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'I just felt like running'. Either 'Running on Empty' by Jackson Browne, or 'It Keeps You Running' by The Doobie Brothers.

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