Hi Ian73 Flexes have their uses, great for connecting hard to reach bath taps etc. I would never use one for a toilet though, mainly for reasons of appearance. I suspect the problem you are having is down to the float valve supplied. You don't say if this is mains or tank water supplied. Have you fitted the correct restrictor for the pressure, there's often two or three provided.
Thanks proptech yeah i thought the same about the appearance as i'm going to gloss the pipes when i decorate the bathroom so went for the copper pipe over flexi
I came back off holiday to my old toilet leaking so short of cash i just bought one of the cheap all in one toilets from b an q,i had to fart about with the workings inside the toilet a few times to get it working
The toilet itself is a bit noisy but nowt compared to the pipes,the pipes are quiet today....seem worse when it's windy outside ? ?
Didn't recognize the fittings in the new toilet,no overflow out pipe, and no ballcock
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