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I had Sensa granite countertops installed in my kitchen. The color is Blanco Leblon, which is primarily white. Supposedly it was sealed with a 15 year guarantee, but I noticed dark areas all around the sink area which must be the result of excess water seeping into the granite. I have already emailed Sensa about this, as this is already a repair job at half-price by Lowe's (they botched the first intsall of tile countertops). I have read about the flour, dawn, and water paste under plastic wrap overnight to absorb it... I am pretty ********** given the 15 year guarantee, and they aren't even 15 days old. What do I need to do? Seal it again repeatedly? What brand and type of sealer? Anyone have any advise regarding Sensa or my problem? Thank you. Cliff
I have the same problem. The final soultion as per Sanyo tech support and Sirius tech support is that radio is dead and there is nothing you can do. It has to be sent in for repair. You can call Sirius and they can direct you on how to best handle the servicing. The gottcha - as always - is the radio only has a 1 year warranty, so it costs more to repair it then to buy a new radio. Hopefully you are still covered by the warranty. This radio is a real PoS btw. If your lucky, you are still covered by the warranty.
Posted on Apr 06, 2007
If this piece had 2 hoses attached and slides onto the motor, then it is the pump. you will need to replace it. Part # 3363394 available both new (27.99) and used (9.99) from timerking.com Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
They suggested a dryer because they thought the stone had absorbed a liquid and was causing the stone to darken. This is common on unsealed granite. If you put a sealer on the counter tops however, whatever it is you see there will remain under the seal. I would ask the installer to come out and take a look at it. If they are unwilling, the Home Depot has a cleaning kit sold in the kitchen counters area of the store made by a company you can call and they will ask questions about the problem and provide advice on how to fix it. They are extremely helpful with free suggestions as well as stuff you may be able to purchase to fix the problems. In any case, granite is sensitive stuff and while it is physically durable it seems to be extremely sensitive to stain and etching and learning about proper care, cleaning, and dos and dont's will save a lot of heart ache and time for you down the road. (For instance oil absorbing into the stone is a several day ordeal to fix). Good luck with getting the results you want. If you did find a specific solution please share it here.
Posted on May 06, 2010
The sink basket/strainer that fits into the large hole of the sink should have either a bead of silicone sealant applied to the sealing lip of the assembly or a ring of plumbers putty. Silicone will work very well if the mating flanges are clean and dry.
With the baket in place, the rubber seal goes between the large nut and the sink. A bead of silicon on this is optional on the sink side of that rubber seal. and the nut tightened down snug , forcing some of the silicone out fro beneath the mating flange and rubber seal. Tight enough so the basket is not free to move. Be it plastic or brass/metal, that order is the same, only a plastic nut is not tightened as tightly as a metal nut would be.
On the bottom of the drain basket assembly there is a nut, to retain a plastic or brass tail piece. The plastic tail piece will have a polyetheylene "flanged washer" for a seal to the bottom of the sink basket. If it is a brass tailpiece, a rubber seal and metal nut is used with "pipe dope"/thread sealing compound used on the threads of the metal nut. With the plastic nut, you can apply a few wraps of teflon tape to the threads of the drain basket, but is not required in most cases as the poly flanged washer will form the seal. The plastic nuts should not be tightened any more than hand tight.
beneath that, the rest of the drain assembly attaches. If plastic- no more than hand tight. if metal, only about 1/4 turn past hand tight. Metal nuts and parts should use rubber gaskets/seals and the plastic parts should only use the poly tapered/lip seals.
Posted on Jan 16, 2012
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