now ya understand why my wife says I have a warped sense of humor. I always said it was just her... maybe its me??? naw its her
Canuk nailed it!
Most modern water meters have a little diamond-shaped flow indicator, usually to the left of the dial, usually red or black, that indicates even the SLIGHTEST amount of water flow.
I had a similar problem a year ago where my bill doubled; the first thing the water dept. told me was to check the meter flow indicator.
Sure enough, it was moving; in my case, it turned out to be a defective ballcock valve.
10 gallon per hour leak? Yikes.
Cracked toilet overflow tube beneath the water level ???
There was mention of a toilet refill valve replacement, yes?
A little too aggressive in there and the tube could have been cracked. Have seen old tubes simply rotted thru.
Failed seal/washer inside a softener head would be a definite possibility, as would a cracked tube on a toilet refill valve.
How's about toilet tank refill water level set a tad too high so there's a constant flow over the top of the overflow tube?
welcome back ****ie.
He said he dumped food cloring in the tanks and didn't get any in the bowl.
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