If you found the toilet bowl not filling up all the way , don’t be nervous, please follow the below instruction to troubleshoot the toilet problem. It can be fix by yourself.
Step 1: Check the water supply line.
Ensure the water supply line is functioning properly. If the toilet inlet valve is off, just turn it on. It’s easy to solve the problem toilet bowl not filling with water .
Step 2: Check the float cup and lever arm
Raise the float cup if it is set on the lowest setting. Ensure the top cap lever arm is not hitting the refill tube or side of the tank. Remove the top cap and readjust the arm to keep it away from the tank side and refill tube.
Step 3: Check the float for deposits.
Built-up mineral deposits can cause the float to stick which cause toilet bowl not filling with enough water. Wipe off the assembly with a damp rag and a cleaner or vinegar.
Step 4: Check the seal.
The seal of flush valve also can cause the toilet bowl not filling back up. If you found the flush valve seal could not cover the tube firmly, a broken top cap seal should be replaced for the float to work properly. To remove the cap assembly for repairs:
- Turn off the water.
- Flush the toilet.
- Push up the float cup.
- Twist the lever arm and cap about 1/8 of a turn.
- Pull off the cap assembly.
After removing the top assembly, replace the seal, which should be readily available at most hardware stores.
If this can’t solve your annoying toilet, please visit how to fix a running toilet.