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Follow the advice from our video to fix a slow-filling toilet.
Make sure that the water shutoff is completely open for maximum water flow. If that doesn't help, you may need to clean the pump and valve.
Sometimes there's buildup in the valve, so cleaning should help open it up. If the fill valve seems to be working fine, there might be a bigger plumbing issue at hand.
Your problem could be resolved by simply replacing an older-style ball cock assembly with a new fill valve and float cup assembly.
*Time and Cost are estimated.