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The rough plumbing d.w.v. For a koler k-4920-t urinal has a 3drain spud existing drain is a 2 p-trap

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The spud washer is leaking and the urinal will need to be taken off of the wall and reinstalled with new seals.

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I am unsure as to how to attach the spud assembly to the urinal.


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Urinal will flush, but will not stop.


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