20 Most Recent American Standard Kitchen Faucet 6310 020 White Easy Touch Pull-Out Kitchen... Questions & Answers

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American Standard Kitchen Faucet Low water flow

I had the same issue with an American Standard faucet that I installed new 6 months ago. The diverter can be the issue if you have a sprayer attachment. Try unscrewing the sprayer head from the hose it's attached to. Now run the water full pressure with the hose pointed into the sink, obviously :~). After running the water for about 1 minute, connect the sprayer head back onto the hose, make certain the flat rubber washer and ring gaskets are seated in their grooves properly, and tighten until you have no water leaking from the sprayer head/hose connection. Now try the water through the faucet. If the problem was a temporary diverter issue, your pressure should be fine now. Good luck
12/10/2022 7:20:20 PM • American... • Answered on Dec 10, 2022
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Single lever kitchen faucet with pull out sprayer is leaking.

same here..some duct tape should do the trick or you can pay for a repairman
8/22/2016 2:13:19 PM • American... • Answered on Aug 22, 2016
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The hot water stops coming out of faucet

if this is the faucet in picture, turn off water, pull out cartridge and inspect for any debris in cartridge or valve body, if not, turn on hot water to see if water is getting through valve body. May have kinked line or debris from or in angle stop line.
5/20/2015 3:47:29 AM • American... • Answered on May 20, 2015
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How do I remove the body to get to the A912746-0070A Oring?

IF IT WILL NOT COME OUT THEN THERE HAS GOT TO BE A SMALL SCREW OR SOMETHING HOLDING IT ON. IF AUCET IS TO TIGHT IT WILL NEED TO BE LOOSENED JUST A BIT. THERE MAY ALSO BE RUST OR DIRT IN IT AND YOU WILL NEED TO TAKE IT OFF & CLEAN IT WITH VINEGAR OR RUBBING ALCOHOL THEN PUT IT BACK ON.
1/21/2015 4:14:26 PM • American... • Answered on Jan 21, 2015
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The cold water does not come out of the faucet

What exactly do you mean by 'not come out'? Is it coming out at all and has it ever? How long has this been happening? If it is coming out slowly or barely, but has worked properly at one point, then the problem is most likely the cartridge. It gets full of lime deposits and sediment. What I would suggest is, if you are handy around plumbing, disconnect the sprayer handle and the cold water hoses and blow them out, use canned air if you are able. Then try pouring vinegar in and run through a few times, catching the drainage in a cup or something. The vinegar breaks down the deposits and is always a good maintenance idea.If that doesn't do the trick,my second step would be to call American Standard. Their customer service is awesome! They will most likely send you a replacement or replace your entire faucet. If you just want to get it working and don;t want to take the time to do the other, you can get the replacement cartridge at most larger home improvement centers. G'luck http://www.plumbingwarehouse.com/images/american-standard-kitchen-faucet-easytouch-6310.gif
8/7/2014 1:12:01 AM • American... • Answered on Aug 07, 2014
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Thumping in the kitchen water lines

You have a water valve or back-flow preventer slamming closed, somewhere...
3/9/2014 3:32:27 PM • American... • Answered on Mar 09, 2014
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How do i take the handle off single hsndle american standard kitchen faucet to tighten aleak from on top

Take the red/blue plastic plug out and use a hex key to unscrew the handle.
2/23/2014 2:07:50 AM • American... • Answered on Feb 23, 2014
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HOW TO FIX LEAK ON AMER. STANDART SINGLE CONTROL

Replace the cartridge
1/29/2014 2:53:16 AM • American... • Answered on Jan 29, 2014
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I was using my single mixer kitchen tap or faucet I could not turn the water off, I can only turn off the water under the sink. How can I fix this problem I

Without seeing the faucet or knowing any other details, it sounds as if the o-rings or seats are bad. Most likely twisted or misaligned if the problem is such that it won't turn off. If the faucet assembly is loose, these small components can come out or become misaligned. Write down all the information you can about the specific brand and model faucet, then take this down to your local hardware professional and ask for the rebuild kit. You may need valves in addition to seats, springs, washers and o-rings (depending on the model). Most companies have kits for doing these rebuilds. Check also the seal made at the seat. If this is not tight, water will flow. Be sure you ask which, if any, special tools are necessary to remove the faucet assembly and various components. These tools are sometimes standard and sometimes specialized or unique to a certain brands/models (ie: handle pullers, seat pullers, valve wrenches). Final tip: before doing any faucet work, always remove the aerator to allow any debris to pass through the line and flush thoroughly upon completion before reinstalling the aerator.
12/13/2013 2:46:32 AM • American... • Answered on Dec 13, 2013
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The pull down mechism is

Try spraying white vinegar on it and all around it, ANYwhere that water can settle. Water carries dissolved minerals such as calcium and magnesium. As it dries, it leaves a build up of these minerals, that in turn, form a hard, crusty covering that can cause a lot of various issues. The acetic acid in the vinegar will safely dissolve most of the deposits, making it easier to move. :) P.B.
2/27/2013 7:30:40 AM • American... • Answered on Feb 27, 2013
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Water is dripping from the

You will need to replace the o rings. Buy the proper kit from your local hardware store. Turn the water off. Remove the handle (screw under top cap0 and the spout will slide up and off. Replace o rings and lube them with plumbers grease or Vaseline.
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7/29/2011 2:30:25 PM • American... • Answered on Jul 29, 2011
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My 6310 is about three or four years old and it

The ball assembly is more than likely bad,you need to turn off water use allen wrench to remove handle unscrew retainer cap remove all components and replace including washers and springs,all available at some home improvement stores,hardware store,or plumbing supply stores.
6/12/2011 8:51:37 PM • American... • Answered on Jun 12, 2011
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Very strong streal when lever

There is a possibility when you installed it calcium and other foreign deposits clogged the hot side of the faucet. It is important before connecting your supply lines to flush out into a bucket before connecting. Most faucets are now made to save water and come with restrictive orifice in the valves. Water heaters are rarely maintained by completely shutting them down, flushing and cleaning tank, vacuum out firebox, test T&P valves and visually check for any signs of corrosion on an annual basis. They are usually the culprit for the types of problem you are describing. Try disconnecting your hot water supply at the emergency shut off valve, (make sure it's off) take a bucket and with the cold water still on, open your faucet to the center position. This may blow out the debris that is stuck in orifice.
4/22/2011 2:01:24 AM • American... • Answered on Apr 22, 2011
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I have a single handle

Using the number you gave it is an American Standard faucet here is a link to a parts place.
I would use the factory parts.

http://americanstandard.faucetdirect.com/index.cfm?page=product:partsDisplay&productId=4205.104&manufacturer=American%20Standard
3/9/2011 1:40:24 AM • American... • Answered on Mar 09, 2011
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I have a kitchen faucet that is leaking at the

hi! if tightening the knob(s), (or if you apply pressure on the knob of the faucet,for the models with no thread for open/close), modify the amount of water leaking ,you need to replace the seats in the faucet. if not ,just replacing the o rings should fix your problem.
3/5/2011 8:20:18 PM • American... • Answered on Mar 05, 2011
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I have an american standard

The single handled faucets have a valve cartridge which needs to be replaced when it leaks. Disassemble the handle to find the valve inside. Take the valve to the hardware store to be sure you get the right one and reassemble. To disassemble, pop the cap off the lever, unscrew the single screw, then use slip-joint pliers to loosen the retainer nut. lift the cartridge out with pliers taking note of the direction of the notch at the top of the stem. Be sure to reassemble with the notch facing in the same direction. You should replace and lubricate the O-rings when you change the valve cartridge.
Since you have the numbers for that particular faucet, you might want to call around to find the cartridge first. Different models have different valves, so be sure yours is correct.
2/25/2011 8:21:02 AM • American... • Answered on Feb 25, 2011
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Base of faucet leaks- cannot remove set screw at

if you are having trouble removing the set screw make sure you are using the correct size allen wrench and confirm that it is a allen screw and not a trox screw. After doing this try tighten the screw slightly before loosening it. This should break it loose.
2/25/2011 12:08:38 AM • American... • Answered on Feb 25, 2011
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I just installed an American

At the base of the handle there is a flow regulating check valve. Shut off water supply and unscrew handle and look for debris. Many times the washers break down on the shutoffs under the sink and release "crumbs", these usually block aerators and sometimes the cartridges on certain faucets. Hope this was helpful.
2/16/2011 3:10:36 AM • American... • Answered on Feb 16, 2011
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Leaking around swivel


http://www.americanstandard-us.com/assets/documents/amstd/parts/Parts_1859.pdf

You need to replace the O-ring that seals the place it's leaking. The part number
M962303-0070A on the diagram above (click the link)


2/2/2011 1:59:41 AM • American... • Answered on Feb 02, 2011
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IF HAVE A AMERICAN STANDARD

It says you have a problem with the hot water. First thing to do is to turn the hot water supply valve under the sink off, and then remove the line from the valve to the faucet at the valve. Then put a bucket underneath the valve and turn it on (carefully). If you don't get any flow, then the problem is in the valve or the pipes supplying the faucet. If you get flow there, then the problem is in the supply line or possibly at the faucet.
1/18/2011 9:25:07 AM • American... • Answered on Jan 18, 2011
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