Your toilet may have started to fill up spontaneously as if you had flushed it. If your toilet is running irregularly, cutting on and off by itself, or facing a jammed toilet issue, then you must get expert plumbing services.
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Slow leakage occurs from the tank to the bowl. A bad flapper or a defective flapper seat can cause this problem. This problem can be solved by draining the bowl and tank, cleaning the flapper seat, and replacing it if damaged.
A weak flush is when the bowl fills slowly. Clogged holes below the bowl rim can cause this. By gently poking with a piece of paper, your plumber will clean out any debris from the flush hole.
With a piece of paper and a coat hanger wire, you can do this yourself. As they can complete the task quickly and without altering the bowl's appearance, it is a good idea to hire a reliable plumbing company.
You may hear a hissing sound coming from your toilet. This could be caused by water entering the tank via the supply line. You should inspect the tank's float, refill tube, and inlet valve assembly for signs of water damage.
The inlet valve produces a hissing sound due to water entering it. Your plumber will inspect the float to make sure it is not stuck, and if the refill tube is too long or in the right place. If none of these solutions solve the problem, your plumber will need to replace the ballcock assembly.