20 Most Recent Buck IN-SINK-ERATOR HOT ONLY WATER DISPENSER - H-770 - Chrome/Black Questions & Answers

Check to see if the water temperature is set too high. Does the water feel too hot when it comes out?

Buck... | Answered on Oct 28, 2018

Please list the details of your problem to facilitate a solution.


Buck Home | Answered on Mar 23, 2011

didn't know there was auto shut off? Push reset under unit-red button

Buck Home | Answered on Jan 26, 2011

There should be a certification plate on the back with a CSA symbol, you may also have a UL symbol it may be equivalent

Home | Answered 2 days ago

Side panels for jet tub

Home | Answered 3 days ago

Google (sunbeam)(882-495)(manual) without parens OR contact Sunbeam directly with your request.

Home | Answered on Oct 06, 2019

Knob 2 sets the chimes. Knob 3's fourth setting appears to turn off the chimes at night. That said, this is a bit deceptive. The steps to changing the chimes settings are sequential. The following link may assist regarding the setting and stopping of chimes and the restarting of the clock.


Home | Answered on Oct 04, 2019

60 watts, if you're sure Part # TEC1-12706, 12V, 6AMPS, 60 WATTS IS YOUR PROBLEM.

Home | Answered on Oct 03, 2019

There's no easy answer I know, but the roots could be removed and trimmed back. The tiles could be temporarily removed to install a root barrier. The tiles could be epoxied back into place.

Home | Answered on Oct 02, 2019

The tea stains are a build up of tannin and add to the flavour of the brewing process. Just like a nice old iron frying pan/wok needs seasoning.

Home | Answered on Oct 01, 2019

This kind of repair requires a specialist that really knows his clocks, if it's a mechanical clock. If it's not mechanical, then you either live with it, or replace the mechanism.

Home | Answered on Oct 01, 2019

Assuming you're strong enough to lift an assembled toilet, it's rather easy. turn off the water, hopefully there's a shut off valve right at the toilet, then unscrew the line that goes into the toilet. Once that's done, there should be one bolt on each side of toilet (often covered with a plastic or porcelain cover) Unscrew the nuts on these two bolts, then lift the toilet off. This is best done with the tank empty so once the water is of flush and hold the flush handle down to get rid of as much water as possible before you start on the bolts. Remove the old wax ring and replace it, then do the steps in reverse. Not a hard job usually. However, you might run into problems of the wood being rotted and the bolts turn when you try to take off the nuts. That's a bigger problem but there are solutions. That would take much longer to explain.

Home | Answered on Oct 01, 2019

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