Question about Kohler Fort© Single Lever Handle Kitchen Faucet with Side Spray Polish
My unit has the tall curved faucet, which pulls out and entends . On the bottom of the faucet end there is a button which switches the water from stream to spray. That rocking button has a small black rubber cover over it. Somehow just the rubber cover has popped off. The faucet still works properly, but I cannot get the rubber cover to snap back on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is an oring in that connection that is most likey bad. turn water off and disconnect coupling to spayer. remove the black oring and match it up at your local hardware store. when installin it lubricate it with vaseline for ease of insatlltion and to help protect it during installation.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
First try the tip ariator. it can plug up. then you have to check the inlet system, which includes shut off valves, hoses to the faucet and the cartridge. It is the cartridge that has the small openings, but shut off valve seat material falls back into the feed channel. I usually remove cartridge, cover with a towel and turn on feed water briefly. Often I get little pieces.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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