When you press the water tank button on the water tank to flush the toilet, the starter lever in the water tank will be lifted. This lever will lift the ball or rubber cover at the bottom of the water tank. If the opening of the flush valve is clear, the water tank is open. The water will flow through the rubber cover that has been lifted and rushed into the tank below.
When water rushes out of the water tank, the float that floats on the water level of the tank will drop, pulling the float arm down, thereby raising the valve plunger of the float valve device.
The float valve rises as the water level in the tank rises until the height of the float arm is sufficient to press the valve plunger into the float valve and close the incoming water flow. If the water cannot be turned off, the excess water will flow down the water pipe into the tank to prevent the water from overflowing.
If water continues to flow from the tank into the tank and into the downpipe, the treatment is as follows:
Step 1: Lift the floating arm up. If the water stops flowing, the problem is that the float cannot be lifted to a sufficient height to press the valve plunger into the float valve. One of the reasons may be that the float and the wall of the tank are rubbed. If this is the case, bend the float slightly to move the float valve away from the side wall of the tank.
Step 2: If the float does not touch the water tank, please grab the floating arm and do not let go, then turn the float counterclockwise, remove it from the end of the float arm, shake the float to see if there is any water, because the weight of the water will The float can't rise normally. If it gets into the water, please pour out the water and then put the float back on the float arm. If the float is damaged or corroded, please replace it with a new one. If there is no water in the float, put the float back in place and gently bend the float to lower it enough to prevent the float from entering the tank.
Step 3: If none of the above methods solve the problem, check the water tank ball plug at the valve seat of the flush valve. Chemical residues in the water may cause the ball to not move to the proper position, or the ball itself may have decayed, and water will seep from the opening of the flush valve to the lower tank. Close the water closing valve of the flush toilet, then flush the water and drain the water tank. You can now check the tank plug for wear and wear a new ball game if necessary. If the problem is caused by accumulated chemical residues in the opening of the flush valve, use some water-repellent or non-water-repellent emery cloth, wire brush or knife to remove the residue.
Step 4: If there is still excess water flowing through the toilet, the position of the steel rope of the lift tank ball plug may not be correct. This will cause the water tank ball plug to have a certain angle to the opening and cannot close the opening. Please ensure the steel. The rope is directly above the opening of the flush valve.
There is a problem with the toilet. Many people may think of it as a repair. However, this is a long time and has a great impact on normal life. Therefore, the owners may wish to check it out first, and small problems can be solved first.