20 Most Recent American Standard 2083.102 Standard Collection Bathtub, Right hand outlet Questions & Answers


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American... | Answered on Feb 07, 2013


They do not all leak. The problem may be that your faucet is simply wearing out and is due to be replaced in total. Try putting some plumbers grease on the cartridge and the chamber.....not too much..........that may do the trick for u.

American... | Answered on Jan 03, 2013


They are bad about leaking,you prob. need to replace the cartridge with new one. the seals in them get dry and shrink of they have been sitting in the box for a long time on the shelf or in a warehouse. you never know how long ago they were built and just sitting.

American... | Answered on Dec 18, 2012


the handles themselves are not the problem but if you remove the handles then there are usually nuts behind them to pull out the valve out of the body. most tub faucets use either orings or rubber washers to seal it. without knowing exact brand and model is hard to tell you exactly what you are dealing with. some brands sell the whole valve to just swap out and some you have to go match up the orings or washers.

American... | Answered on May 19, 2009


The diverter in the main body of the faucet is sticking. I have included a link to all the kitchen faucets. You will have to determine which one you have but they pretty much use the same housings and guts for each of their single handle faucets. You might have to do a little research on your end so you can find info on how to replace the diverter. It's usually not hard to do.

American... | Answered on Apr 11, 2009


If it's a zoned system, make sure that the damper has opened fully or is operating at all. If it's not, see if some ductwork is being pinched off or has come loose or torn loose by critters. You also want to check the filters as well.

American... | Answered on Apr 05, 2009


These tubs often have an adjutment on them that control how hard the jet blows. You may have to adjust them. There isn't anything that can get into the lines that will clog them so I can't think of anything else it could be.

American... | Answered on Apr 02, 2009


You have a limit switch that is tripping. I bet it is the flame roll out switch that is very close to the burners. You can bypass this switch to check if it is the one causing the problem by removing the two wires going to it and installing a small jumper wire between them. If the unit starts up, then that's the problem and if not, check all of them. But that's pretty much the only thing it can be. But, you need to double check that the unit is being told to come on and not cutting out intermittently. I doubt it though!

American... | Answered on Mar 24, 2009


Try denatured alcohol

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American... | Answered on Mar 11, 2009


Is this in the basement and if yes then you have a brake in the pipe some where because you say that your snake is stopped by cement.

American... | Answered on Dec 18, 2008


sometimes theres caps on top pop the cap and tighten the screws and sometimes there are nut or wing nuts on the bottom...simple enough for you?

American... | Answered on Sep 06, 2019


Depends how old your toilet is, it may be a calcium build up problem on your little inlet pipe inside your tank, but first check your water shut off valve on left side of your toilet near the wall....It may not be open all the way OR the valve has an issue...

American... | Answered on Jul 12, 2019


Hey, One thing is that maybe there might be some loose plastic shavings in the fill line. From the Factory? or maybe was inside the water line going to the toilet when you connected the line to toilet. Shut off the water and get some towels and something to catch the water and disconnect it from the toilet and use bowl or what ever to catch the water and slowly turn it on and see if anything comes out. Maybe if it is in the line inside the toilet it might fall out by lightly tapping on the fill line inside the toilet to help it fall out. Just a thought when you said it "Sings" that sounds like trash inside the line going to the filler tube and bowl, hey try it who knows it might work. Okay

American... | Answered on Jul 12, 2019


Hi,

First, carefully remove your tank lid, and place it where it won't break or fall. Look for a four-digit number located on the back of the tank, near the water level mark. This is your tank model number. If the number starts with a two, it is a one-piece toilet.

Then....visit this link:
https://www.americanstandard-us.com/parts-support/faqs/toilets

Good Luck!

American... | Answered on May 06, 2019


More likely the sensor has malfunctioned.

American... | Answered on Nov 24, 2018


these are called phantom flushes. the water is slowly leaking around flapper or the is a scratch of the flapper seat. I use fluidmaster parts

American... | Answered on Nov 12, 2018


Toilets wear out from mineral deposits. Fixn may cost more then new. Googl used commodes first

American... | Answered on Nov 04, 2018

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