09:04PM | 03/03/05
Member Since: 03/03/05
2 lifetime posts
Someone please help me! Last night, when I flushed my toilet, I noticed water leaking down the back of it. Not just dripping, but leaking hard. I lifted the lid of the back part and I saw water shooting straight up from 2 spots. I checked the black straw looking thing (you can tell I don't know what I am doing) and it was still attached. I have never looked before, but I don't think that water should be shooting that high when it's refilling. please help, my floor is soaking wet:(



02:06PM | 03/12/05
Member Since: 03/11/05
3 lifetime posts
I believe there is a filler hose that kind of loops over from the supply source tube (usually located on the left hand side inside the tank) to a tube that sits in the middle of the tank. This hose should normally output water down this center tube. It could be possible that this hose has somehow come disconnected and is shooting water up and out of the tank (such that it leaks from the tank cover).



05:08PM | 03/12/05
Member Since: 03/03/05
2 lifetime posts
Thank you so much:) I will have to check that out.



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