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What would cause a toilet to continuously keep filling the bowl?

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2004-07-19 17:48:57
2004-07-19 17:48:57

Your flush valve is probably overflowing due to a bad fill valve, or the float is set too high. Open up your tank and look inside to see what happens when you flush.

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