20 Most Recent American Standard Cambridge 5 Ft. x 32" Right-hand Drain Whirpool Tub, Whit - Page 9 Questions & Answers


Pry up on handle on 2 opposite sides, with 2 screwdrivers, it will press & lift up & off.

American... | Answered on Jun 30, 2010


http://www.plumbingdirect.com/american-standard-060342-2950a-handle-for-silhouette-sng-lev-kit-cast-s/p7620

American... | Answered on Jun 28, 2010


If it just hums when turned on, it MAY be just jammed with something, or the motor may be bad. Leave the unit OFF, take a piece of wood long enough to reach down in the unit to the blades (like a wooden broom handle) and see if you can spin the blades with the end of the broom handle. If you can maybe that will dislodge the jam, if you can not maybe the motor is gone. The try the unit with the switch again with water running. Good luck. I doubt the hole with the screw in the bottom is a reset.

American... | Answered on Jun 18, 2010


The counter-top has absorbed water and expanded. You might be able to stop, or at least slow down the expansion by caulking it, but that would be marginal, and it's not going to look good. If the problem is only along the front edge you might be able to cut out the bad part and glue a piece of solid wood in it's place --- this would be the cheapest fix if you could do it yourself, but it would be rather difficult to make it look good. I'm afraid the only real fix is to replace the counter-top.

American... | Answered on Jun 14, 2010


You MAY need a "basin wrench" which has a long bar and an end that grabs like a Stilson wrench.

A site with pix:

http://www.amazon.com/Cobra-Prod-PST151-Adjustable-Wrench/dp/B001B00LCA

American... | Answered on Apr 24, 2010


is your main valve all the way open?It is possible that there is a small rock in the water distribution line,I no it may sound silly that a pebble can get inside a pressurize water line

American... | Answered on Apr 13, 2010


Hello
Is there a water restrictor in the shower head?A small round disc usually white or clear.
This could be clogged.

Next,take a old toothbrush and some comet cleanser and scrub the showerhead holes,this will get any hard water deposits out of the holes.

American... | Answered on Mar 30, 2010


Hi. It sounds like the rubber washers you have are too large. Go to a good hardware store with the valves and let their plumbing expert assist you. J.

American... | Answered on Mar 30, 2010


I don't know what model it is, all you need is the brand, they are all the same on the inside. Shut off the water, take the handle off, pull the cartridge out and take it to the hardware store and match it up. A fairly simple job. Hope this helps.

American... | Answered on Mar 01, 2010


Usually debris is blocking the way. Turn off valves, remove lines and clear the way.

American... | Answered on Jan 28, 2010


They didn't put the attachment on correctly. Look at the directions for the sprayer. It's a black little piece with grey clips. U need to put it on correctly so it seals. That should stop the leak!

American... | Answered on Jan 04, 2010


Hi, looking at this straight on, you will see 2 screws going through the lever plug section. What it looks like on the inside, is a long brass rod connected to another brass rod with a adjustable section on it and a brass looking piston at the end. If you remove the 2 screws, grab hold of the lever and chrome plate and pull straight out and up to remove the assembly.No worry, nothing will fall in as it is all one piece. You can try cleaning the lever section up and add some wd-40 to it and this may help some. It sounds to me like the lever ball joint is worn out, so it is best replaced. Home Depot has them for under $20.00. Take the old one with you and if need be you can adjust the new one to the same length as the old one. It will keep hanging up on you believe me. Good Luck,
Shastalaker7

American... | Answered on Nov 17, 2009


Faucets are fastened with nut(s) under the sink.
-Turn off and disconnect the water supply hose from the faucet.
-If this is a faucet with a sprayer you will need to disconnect the sprayer hose from the faucet as well.
-If this is a bathroom sink you will have to disconnect the drain stopper assembly, this should be self-explain when you look at it.
-Remove the nuts or nut holding the faucet in place. This can be a difficult task to get a wrech or pliers on the nut(s). If you are having difficulty you may need to acquire a tool called a "basin wrench" most hardware stores carry them ask for it, if the person knows his department he will take you right to it. They arn't terribly exspensive.

American... | Answered on Oct 29, 2009


I had a similar problem where the Drain-Kit that I ordered was missing a part. After contacting American Standard and requesting a schematic. I realized that the missing part was the rocker assembly with stopper. I have a PDF of the schematic that I can send you if you still need it. Let me know. The alternative is to contact American Standard directly between 8am and 6pm Eastern and request the information. The phone number is (800) 442-1902 Option 3 then 1 then 2. Tell the person that you need the installation instructions for a 1583.470.xxx universal bath drain.

American... | Answered on Oct 09, 2009


Amost guarantee it's a problem with the sealing O-Ring(s) that sits between the faucet body and the spout (or gooseneck). Fixing this requires disassembling the faucet. Allen keys, pliers, Screwdrivers required for this operation.

After you have the faucet apart, use open mesh grit cloth to sand the inside body of the spout, wipe it clean and grease it with silicone grease. New O-Rings may be indicated as well, but if the old ones looks ok (eg. the don't come off black on your fingers and they don't look compressed or kinked) grease them as well and reassemble faucet.

American... | Answered on Sep 08, 2009


how do you remove bathtub drain stopper. manually screws open--won't twist off--no screws apparent????

American... | Answered on Aug 12, 2009


The opening below the strainer (the drain connection) has to have a backing nut, or it would have never sealed. Look again under the sink. It'll be a large diameter nut. You should be able to feel the threads. If possible, I prefer to remove the sink from the opening and work on it in the open, with the sink upside down. If you can locate the nut, get someone to keep it from spinning in the hole while you turn the nut. The easiest way to move these things without the proper wrench is to put penetrating oil on it, and drive it loose with a hammer and chisel. Best regards, --W/D--

American... | Answered on Aug 06, 2009


Not the aerator at all as this part would act the same if hot or cold.

Have you checked the shut-off valves under the sink? Sometimes just turning them a bit in either direction will solve that problem (will only be the case if it have been shut off at the valve recently).

Also, maybe the supply line on the hot side have been kinked?

Hope this helps

American... | Answered on May 23, 2009


If this is a single handle, you just need to turn the water off and remove the insides or guts. You will need to replace the ball because this is where the handle screws into. If it is a 2 to 3 handle faucet, you will need to remove the stem and replace it.

American... | Answered on Apr 06, 2009

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