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Toilet Repair & Installation in Orlando, FL

Fast & Reliable Toilet Repair in Central Florida

Do you have a toilet that won't stop running or won't flush? Are you seeing leaks in the floor around your toilet? These are common toilet problems that can be repaired.

At Brownie's Plumbing, we can help you resolve these issues quickly. Our Orlando toilet repair technicians can even handle more complex toilet problems, such as leaks from the water supply line or drain lines.

To schedule a toilet repair in Orlando, FL, call (407) 890-0116 today!

Common Toilet Problems

Some of the most common toilet problems are leaks in the tank or problems with how the toilet flushes. Other toilet issues include seats that won't stay up, lids that won't stay open, lids that won't stay down, lids that won't close, and cracked seats. If you have noticed any of these problems, you could have a toilet problem that needs professional attention.

What Are The Dangers of Toilet Leaks?

Toilet problems can be inconvenient and even dangerous. If your toilet is leaking, you could end up with water damage to your flooring or even your subfloor. If your toilet is not flushing properly, you could end up with a clogged toilet that can cause sewage to back up and come up through the toilet. To avoid these problems, schedule a maintenance checkup with our Orlando plumbers.

To learn more about our Orlando toilet repair services, contact us today at (407) 890-0116.

Why Your Toilet May Be Running Continuously

A toilet that runs continuously is a common issue and can be caused by various factors. 

Here are some common reasons why your toilet may be running continuously:

  • Faulty Flapper Valve: The flapper valve is responsible for sealing the flush valve opening. If the flapper is damaged, worn, or misaligned, water can continuously leak into the bowl, causing the toilet to run.
  • Adjustment Issues with the Flapper Chain: The chain that connects the flush lever to the flapper may be too tight or too loose. If it's too tight, the flapper may not seal properly. If it's too loose, the flapper may not lift when you flush, causing a constant leak.
  • Float Ball or Float Cup Issues: The float ball or float cup is part of the ballcock assembly in the toilet tank. If it's set too high, it can lead to continuous water flow. Adjust the float ball or cup to the correct water level.
  • Faulty Fill Valve: The fill valve controls the water entering the toilet tank after a flush. If the fill valve is not working correctly, it may allow water to continuously flow into the tank.
  • Water Level Adjustment: If the water level in the tank is set too high, water will continuously flow into the overflow tube, leading to a running toilet. Adjust the water level to the recommended mark.
  • Leaking Flush Valve Seal: The flush valve has a seal at the bottom that can deteriorate over time. If this seal is damaged, water can leak into the bowl, causing the toilet to run.

To troubleshoot and fix a continuously running toilet, you can:

  • Inspect the Flapper: Ensure the flapper is in good condition and properly sealing the flush valve opening.
  • Check the Flapper Chain: Adjust the chain so that it has some slack, allowing the flapper to seal properly when not in use.
  • Examine the Float Ball or Cup: Adjust the float to the correct water level. If it's damaged, consider replacing it.
  • Inspect the Fill Valve: Ensure the fill valve is functioning correctly. If it's not shutting off the water flow, you may need to replace it.
  • Verify the Water Level: Adjust the water level in the tank to the recommended mark.

If you're not comfortable making these adjustments or if the issue persists, it's advisable to seek the assistance of a professional plumber.




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