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How Do I Stop a Water Tank Overflowing?

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You stop a water tank from overflowing by ensuring that the float and the ball-cock are working properly. There is a sealing diaphragm inside the rubber ball-cock that may stop working, causing the tank to overflow. You can buy a new ball-cock and replace the faulty one.
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