Question about American Standard Home
Unscrew it (turn left/counterclockwise), thoroughly clean it, lubricate it with liquid dish soap, screw it back in. If it still doesn't work, best bet is to get a replacement.
If, when you remove it, you find the gasket around the bottom is torn, probably ought to replace it and forego the cleaning step.
Posted on May 10, 2009
The hole your refering to is common in the manufacturing of toilets and is generally filled before it leaves the manufacturing. I have repaired several toilets, new toilets, all American Standard, using a good grade of epoxy - not silicone. I used West System epoxy as this is made for marine projects and surprisingly states "toilet repair" as one of the uses of their product. I'd suggest carefully chipping the smooth porcelan around the hole to give the epoxy something to grip. Use a knife or screwdriver to gently chip the edges and make sure the area is dry. Press the epoxy into the hole and give it enough time to cure before putting it back in service. Of course, if the toilet is less than a month old I suggest returning it and getting a new toilet.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
you must remove the faucet form the sink. under the plate in the middle is 2 screws. remove the screws to remove the body.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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