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Hot Water In Toilet, Why do I have Hot water in my Toilet

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The main reason you may have hot water in your toilet is a bad flapper in the toilet tank or a bad fill valve. either one of these can allow the water to seep into the tank. when you have a mixing valve on your toilet to prevent condensation, some hot water is introduced into the cold water line to warm the water just a little, but when the water just seeps a little at a time the hot water dominates the cold and you get a tank of hot water.   The solution: replace the flapper and/or change the fill valve. 

 

 

 

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