What part do I need to fix this toilet leaking into pan

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  1. JustinScot

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    hi,

    So the toilet started to leak, I opened it up and when I gently pull up the blue bit here, it stops.

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    I tried to turn that plastic screw, but it was already all the way up. There's no where to go there.

    Is there an easy fix here? Or do I need to replace the fill valve? If its the valve can anyone recommend something that's going to be easy to install.

    thank you
     
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    If it’s all the way up, then that’s making the water level higher, try lowering it, if not time for a new washer or replacement valve.
     
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    how close is that water level to the Overflow - Side photo
    As mentioned By Chris_W
    it may just need the level lowering slightly
     
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