Question about Kohler K-10270-4A-G Forte Centerset Lavatory Faucet with Traditional Lever...
Posted by Anonymous on
The handle may be secured with a set screw in the body of the handle that must be loosened before the handle will lift off the valve - the set screw will require an appropriately-sized hex (or "allen") wrench. If you cannot find a set screw on the handle, then the handle is friction fit - in which case no tools are required, just a bit of force to lift the handle off.
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