Question about Kohler Model 10433: Fort® Single-control Pullout Kitchen Sink Faucet Wi...
The usual cause is contamination of the valve. When connections are made, often it loosens debris. Also excess things like teflon tape can block the valve.
As a POSSIBLE quick fix, close the hot water stop. Remove the hot water hose from it and put it in a bucket to catch the water,
Now block the output spout of the faucet and open the faucet in center position. This SHOULD drive some cold water backwards through the hot hose you have taken off. This should blow out any debris.
Note: Occasionally when new faucets are installed, the initial surge can bring up LARGE debris into the stop valve on the wall where it actually blocks the water at the stop valve on the wall. These often require turning off the building water and cleaning the stop valve.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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