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Why is my toilet always running?

If your toilet is continuously running, this is typically the cause of a failed flapper. A flapper is a rubber or plastic valve located on the bottom of your toilet’s tank that drops back down once enough water exits the tank after flushing. If the flapper is decayed, cracked, or unable to perform its sealing duties, water will keep seeping into your toilet bowl, causing it to run even when it doesn’t need to. If you’re dealing with a toilet that seems to have a broken flapper, the team at Home Alliance would be happy to assist. Running toilets can waste up to 200 gallons per day, so we urge you not to ignore this issue and give us a call.
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