Kohler Toilet - One Piece with Ingenium Flushing System - San Raphael by - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


replace the valve rubber at the top of the inlet control

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Sep 06, 2017 | 149 views


Tank needs more water and the flapper has to stay open longer by adjusting chain so the flapper goes up higher when you flush the unit. Practice and you will get it right.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Apr 09, 2017 | 307 views


Leaky flapper. It may "run in" over time or continue leaking sporadically until you replace it.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Apr 06, 2017 | 205 views


The holes around the inside of the bowl may be clogged, try using some CRL and scrubbing the holes with a good stiff brush.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Apr 09, 2014 | 238 views


Hopefully you can tighten it Sometimes the flange bends up or can break. Many a flange is not held down properly with good enough screws or the plywood has been rotting etc. If you can tighten it or loosen it then it has to be cut off with a recipricating saw or hacksaw and replaced.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Nov 30, 2013 | 57 views


check if mechanism that releases water when you flush is tight so no water escapes.
As for water level, you can adjust to less in the tank.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Jul 30, 2013 | 241 views


It doesn't usually have water coming out. If it fills the tank, it is ok. The water is coming out at the bottom anyway. However, the adjustment on the tube is off and not allowing water in .

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Feb 16, 2013 | 214 views


My Kohler Ingenium has no pins. The white cap is attached to the grey lever which must be lifted up before twisting both one-eighth turn counter-clockwise, and lifting off of fill tube. Turn the water supply back on and flush the tube out (cover with cup first!). Use a thin wire rod about 12" long to gently poke down into fill tube to clear any clogs. Also check where the small flexible fill tube exits from the main fill tube. Reassemble and cross your fingers.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Jan 05, 2013 | 5,867 views


THERE ARE LOTS OF SMALL HOLES WHERE THE WATER COMES OUT OF IN THE RIM OF THE TOILET BOWL, SOME TIMES HARD WATER BLOCKES THES AND THEY NEED TO BE CLEANED. THEY CAN BE CLEANED USING A LARGE SEWING NEEDLE, PUSHING IT INTO THE HOLE UNTIL IT FEELS A BIT BIGGER, YOU WON'T DO DAMAGE AS IT IS VERY HARD METERIAL. a
AFTERWARDS TURN OFF THE WATER, AND LIFT THE VALVE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TANK AND PUT SOME TOILET ACID INTO IT. THIS WILL ALSO HELP CLEAN THE HOLES.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on May 22, 2012 | 296 views


WEll, two thoughts come to mind. either your float has "sunk" or you have foreign matter in the inlet valve...Typically, you replace the inlet valve in this case.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Jul 18, 2011 | 421 views


If you lift the lid you should see where the handle goes through the porcelin. You can remove the handle by unscrewing the nut inside the tank. Try cleaning the inside of the nut as sometimes water deposits collect in this area and cause binding on the handle shaft. After you clean it up you can apply a very small amount of petrolium jelly to the handle shaft when you reinstall it, this should prevent the problem from happening again.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Jun 15, 2011 | 1,385 views


You have a partial clog in your drain line.Need to have your drain line cleaned out.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Jun 04, 2011 | 223 views


Kohler toliets can be a pain to repair. I have found with them that the only thing to do with them is go to a plumbing company, take the model number with you and replace all in the inner parts to it. You will replace the fill valve and flush valve. After I do this on Kohler I don't have anymore problems with them. It should work for you, just make sure they are Kohler parts. Good Luck

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Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on May 16, 2011 | 816 views


Sounds like you need a new flapper. You can do this yourself. Just turn the water valve off down below the stool, flush the stool to get all the water out of the tank as possible, take the top of the tank off, reach down and disconnect the flapper. It is located in the center at the bottom of the tank. You can get a new one at Home Depot, wal mart , Lowes or any hardware store.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Apr 13, 2011 | 179 views


Hi, am afraid you have to get a new flush assembly as you have rightly said which is the proper way to solve the flapper problem..

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Mar 25, 2011 | 247 views


Basically, if water is flowing out of the overflow tube, then water must be coming in...I would suggest that you check the intake valve, it is probably not shutting off completely when the float comes up to the prescribed level,and continues to leak some water into the tank. That is what the overflow tube is there for.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Mar 20, 2011 | 451 views


you have to turn the lever or knob in the reverse direction to plug the hole properly, the noise would go away.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Mar 19, 2011 | 387 views


Try adjusting the float level. The float is what tells the toilet to stop filling. If the float is set too high, then water will just go down the overflow tube and never be able to get to the level it needs to turn off.

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Mar 04, 2011 | 1,431 views


I can't get wraped around the problem your having from your post so give me a call and lets see if we can get this fix for you, Paul at 217 341-5339

Kohler Toilet -... | Answered on Feb 12, 2011 | 236 views

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