Question about Kohler Home
Battery is good
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure the refill hose is inserted as far as possible into the flush valve. Reposition the hose to minimize splashing. You should check the color of the canister cap. If you black cap then replaces it with the cap in canister repair kit K-G1229656. If after the process of these steps you still face this issue then Check here:
Posted on Jan 09, 2020
We had a problem with phantom flushing. Call Kholer. They will send redesigned battery holder and top of flush unit for free. Seems to have fixed the issue.
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
Kohler is correct. The most likely cause of this problem is an obstruction in the common vent stack that both toilets share. When you flush the old toilet it need more air to flush and will get it from the easiest source (your new water saver toilet). First adjust the float level in the old toilet so it won't use as much water or just stick a brick in the tank to take up space.Second, run a snake down the vent stack from the roof to check for obstructions. Birds will sometimes nest in there.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
This type of flush system can be re presurised quickly by holding down the flush handle for about good 2 minutes, then release , wait for the tank to be refilled with water.
Now you can flush away your inner rotting mess down tube good-by...
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
This is how it is meant to work!
Short push of lever for small flush, push and hold lever for full flush.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
Don't flush more water! Trash the toilet and replace it with a toilet that uses less water and flushes efficiently; practically every manufacturer makes a dual flush or eco model. Spend your money on a good toilet rather than paying for and wasting water every day.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
Remove the top of the water tank.
check to be sure that the flush cover (about in the center of the tank) can close all the way. It seats into a 2 inch hole - and must seat all the way around. If it fails to seat, then the fill valve (on the left side of the tank) will continously let water into the tank.
As a starter experiment, you may try just turning whe water off at the wall shut off. Then inspect the tank to confirm that it is losing water.
If confirmed, then the above solution is correct.
If it is not losing water, then the fill valve is faulty and will need to be replaced (it is allowing water to over flow into the "OverFlow" tube.....
I recommend that you keep the water turned off at the wall until the toilet is needed - and the problem is repaired.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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