- Float arm not rising high enough.
- Water-filled float ball.
- Tank stopper not seating properly.
- Corroded flush valve seal.
- Cracked overflow tube.
- Ball cock valve doesn’t shut off.
- Bend float arm down or away from tank wall.
- Replace ball.
- Adjust stopper guide rod and lift wires or chain. Replace defective stopper.
- Scour valve seat or replace.
- Replace tube or install new flush valve assembly.
- Oil trip lever, replace faulty washers, or install new ball cock assembly.
If you’re looking for someone to take care of your plumbing in Little Rock, Arkansas, you’ve come to the right place. Our company deals with plumbing repair, plumbing emergencies, and a wide variety of other plumbing issues. So, the next time you need water pipe repair, give us a call and we’ll help you out.