Low Water Level
If the flush, full or half, closes just after you have pressed and released the lever of the tank, then you need to check the water level. You should set the level a tad higher than it is. You may want to replace the flush system if it doesn’t allow you to have water level halfway over the oval windows. You should check the adjustment dials and have them at their maximum setting. To maintain a property half flush, test the system with two to four pieces of toilet paper. Place them inside the bowl and use the flush. If the papers are got rid of then you need to lower the green dial by one setting.
Keep lowering the green dial by one number till the flush is unable to cleanse the papers from the bowl upon one flush. This is the ideal half flush. If the papers are not got rid of in the first flush, then turn up the blue dial by a number every time the papers get flushed out till you get the lowest setting for the papers to remain in the bowl to get the least half-flush that is necessary.
Hose or Tube Replacement Needed
Problems with water level and related flushing can be attended to by checking the rubber hose or refill tube, the overflow pipe, and the roller camp. You may have to adjust this roller camp to allow the full flow through the refill tube. You should check the rolling pin. It should be at ‘8’ to have optimum flow. Here again, you can use the green dial to adjust the flash settings.
Water leaks are mostly from worn out or malfunctioning valves. Check the valves, replace them if needed and you may have to replace the flush system if it is beyond repair.