the first thing that came to mind was that jobidoobie that fluidmaster makes that you glue somehow to the top of the flush valve.
either turn off the water supply for a while and see if the noise stops and the water level in the tank drops. that will tell you if the flapper i...
as far as hearing it the answer is not always. one way to tell for sure is to put a few drops of food coloring into the tank don't flush it and wa...
being that i just recently had my house insulated,and i've been watching my meter,the insight on your last post about meter clocking was just what ...
first of all if the main supply is closed and you opened the hot supply that's all you would get is a dribble from the hot supply. check the fau...
doesn't it need a seperate line to carry the water back to the heater. in other words a "loop"?
did anyone try a snake? also who made the diagnosis that it's frozen as opposed to just plain plugged up. in addition since you rent it is the lan...
the last time i had trouble like that what i did was unhooked the line from the faucet and found low water flow from the line. then i turned off t...
this is an indication of abnormally high temperature,pressure,or the valve has failed. call somebody.
any good bowl cleaner should work.remove the water and fill the an acidic cleaner and let it set overnight. even muratic acid be careful not to sp...
what about that screw?did you try taking that off? sometimes the only way is to cut.with a dremmell or a saw. it might help to remove the sink so...
for starters remove the aerator and turn it on and see if that helps. sometimes debris gets caught in there. post back.
if the faucet employs a common cartridge(in other words single handle),then i would try removing the cartridge,then turn on the water to flush ever...
it is possible the pipe is not secured to a point that the water is causing it to move around and hit against something.
if the tank keeps filling and the water goes down the overflow pipe then i would suspect a faulty fill valve.