Kohler K-15160-7 Coralais single-control pullout spray kitchen sink faucet - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Here is the type of wrench that you need to remove the nut under the faucet. Look at the link below.

http://www.homedepot.com/buy/plumbing/plumbing-tools/brasscraft/basin-wrench-41584.html

Kohler K-15160-7... | Answered on Oct 27, 2017 | 1,648 views


On the front of the faucet handle, there is a small plastic cover with an emblem on it. Gently pry it off with a sharp knife blade. Next you will notice a small "allen" screw head. Remove it by turning it counter clockwise until it's loose. (lefty loosie - righty tighty) Lift the handle straight up to remove.

Kohler K-15160-7... | Answered on Jul 19, 2014 | 574 views


Kathryn, the kink could restrict flow of water because there is so much less room. To remove the kink you could try pressing the two sides of the kink BUT that is risky. Have a replacement ready in case you damage it further. DO ALL THIS WITH WATER SHUT OFF. If you manage to straighten the kink even a bit more, water will flow better.GL

Kohler K-15160-7... | Answered on Dec 16, 2013 | 96 views


yes any bend not made properly will affect the flow also makes a week spot.

Kohler K-15160-7... | Answered on Nov 21, 2013 | 155 views


could be a number of things.
most mixer taps have flexible braided inlet hose's make shure there not kinked.
also there may be built pressure reducing valves,usually removerable,a plumbers job really.
is there servive valves on hot and cold if so make shure there fully on.good luck ,any qs ask

Kohler K-15160-7... | Answered on May 22, 2012 | 392 views


Ours was purchased in 2002, I called Kohler 800 456 4537, followed the prompts and pressed 2 for technical help, still followed them for kitchen products and stuck with it until I reached a rep. I explained, the problem, they mentioned a O ring and lubrication was needed, I added that the mechanical bind I was feeling couldn't just be from a fouled O ring, they then added all of the valve internals to be sure.
should be here in 2 to 5 days all free of charge. Though it may have been better to replace the entire unit, they mentioned they would if this didn't take care of the problem. It was a pleasure to work with them.

Kohler K-15160-7... | Answered on Jul 21, 2010 | 907 views


Sounds like you may possibly have some sediments in the screen on the spray head. When you pull the head out you can disconnect it from the flex supply line and see if the water pressure is okay with out the head connected. This will either confirm it is in the spray head or valve body.

Kohler K-15160-7... | Answered on Mar 25, 2010 | 257 views


pull out the spray part and tighten the nut around the hose or take it loose and replace the washer

Kohler K-15160-7... | Answered on Jun 29, 2009 | 312 views


First, identify the style of your quick connect hose.

See the steps on this Kohler Fawcet Link for disconnecting your pull-out kitchen faucet quick connect hose. Follow this link: https://support.kohler.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001798834-Disconnect-Quick-Connect-Pull-Out-Kitchen-Faucet-Hoses

Make sure the water valves are closed and the water pressure is relieved before attempting to service your kitchen taps.

Kohler Home | Answered on Oct 12, 2019 | 1,436 views


I just posted an answer here, but don't see it. ??

Kohler Home | Answered on May 12, 2019 | 68 views


The brand of toilet doesn't matter. You need a product that cuts calcium and lime. It may take some soaking and scrubbing. Once you get it clean, use the product regularly.

CLR makes a line of products:
https://clrbrands.com/en-US/Products/CLR-Household/CLR-Calcium-Lime-Rust-Remover

Kohler Home | Answered on May 10, 2019 | 56 views


I don't know this specific tub, but here's the pictoral. The button (90105) should come out of its base, held by friction of O ring. This should allow you to disconnect the pressure line. If you are looking to replace the complete assembly, likely you will need a basin wrench to reach nut (65157).
kohler1-ggmuzyqdnvlyrlfigj0gxfoh-4-0.png Here are links to Kohler, specific to this tub.
https://www.us.kohler.com/us/catalog/svg_viewer.jsp?productId=415928&diagram=3 https://www.us.kohler.com/webassets/kpna/catalog/pdf/en/1010564_5.pdf

Kohler Home | Answered on Mar 18, 2019 | 83 views


you have kids??? theres probably something large in the trap

Kohler Home | Answered on Mar 10, 2019 | 54 views


Smart-a$$ answer is to find an old 3 gallon pot in a salvage place. Best answer is to fiddle with the chain that goes from the handle to the flush flapper and see if adjusting its length makes a difference. If it's too short it might result in letting the flapper closing too soon and allowing your deposit to remain.

Kohler Home | Answered on Mar 01, 2019 | 522 views


There's something blocking it sometimes if you turn the water off in your home and turn it back on sometimes calcium from the pipes break loose and cause blockage in new style washerless valve assemblies.

Kohler Home | Answered on Jan 11, 2019 | 93 views


Get a water hose,place in tub,connect to water outlet,turn on for a minute,then turn off.then disconnect hose,then water will come out.

Kohler Home | Answered on Dec 29, 2018 | 57 views

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