How do I identify my Kohler faucet?
Identifying Your Faucet Model
- The model number is printed on a tag that is attached to the cold water supply line of the faucet.
- The supply line is located below the sink, countertop, bath rim, or behind the bowl of a bidet.
- The model number, or part number, is typically preceded by “P/N.”
Is Kohler replacement parts free?
Kohler Co. warrants the cast iron components of products manufactured after February 10, 2000, to be free of defects in material and workmanship during normal residential use for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns his or her home.
How do I know what faucet cartridge to buy?
Use a caliper or ruler and measure the cartridge. Do this by measuring from the base to the tip (from seat to splines). Pay attention to the length tier of your cartridge (Lengths range from 1–12). Next, identify the broach pattern with the broach chart (see page B-5).
How do I know what kind of bathtub faucet I have?
Look at the center of the trim plate behind the shower handle to find a brand name or manufacturer symbol. If you see a “K,” the faucet is a Kohler unit; an “M” signifies Moen. American Standard, Delta and Price Pfister typically print their entire name on the faucet itself.
What is the Kohler faucet warranty?
warrants the Faucet to be free from defects in material and workmanship for one (1) year from the date the product is installed, under Kohler Co.’s standard one-year limited warranty.
Why Does My Kohler toilet run periodically?
Leaking or constant running is often caused by sediment or debris lodged in the cap of the fill valve preventing the water from turning off. The fill valve fills the tank and bowl with water after the toilet is flushed. Replace the fill valve if the toilet is still constantly running after flushing the fill valve.
Do Kohler faucets have cartridges?
Kohler bathroom faucets are manufactured with a cartridge in each tap to control the flow of water through to the faucet spout itself. Typically, if a faucet starts to leak it is one of these cartridges that is the problem.
How do you repair a Kohler kitchen faucet?
Fix a leaking Kohler faucet. Fix a leaking Kohler faucet base or handle by unscrewing the handle set screw with an Allen wrench and pulling the handle off. Then remove the bonnet nut under the handle of the Kohler faucet and take the cartridge out. Replace it with a new cartridge and reassemble the faucet to finish troubleshooting.
How do you replace a Kohler shower valve?
Find a replacement Kohler shower valve at a hardware or plumbing store, make sure it is specific to your model, not just any Kohler shower faucet. You won’t be able to fix the faucet with another brand’s replacement shower valve. Insert the new Kohler shower valve and tighten the screws. Then install the trim and replace the handle.
What are the parts of a bathroom sink faucet?
A faucet is a device for delivering water from a plumbing system. It can consist of the following components: spout, handle(s), lift rod, cartridge, aerator, mixing chamber, and water inlets.