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Try removing the **** Trap under the sink, there are two nuts one on each side. put a pan under the sink to catch the waste water in the trap first. ext loosen the nuts with a pair of channel locks or a pipe wrench turn the nuts counter clock wise direction till the nuts are loose slide the trap down and empty the contents of the trap into the bucket. Use rubber gloves so you don't get sick from germs. If the **** trap is plugged use a coat hanger to push threw the trap to get whatever is plugging it out. Rinse in a different sink, If it has the rubber gaskets I would recommend replacing the gaskets. Install in reverse. Do not over tighten the nuts or you will have to replace the parts. the trap looks like 2 opposing J .

American... | Answered on Oct 16, 2014


mcdevito75 here, you should be able to contact American Standard at 800- 442-1902 8A--6P EST. for your password.

American... | Answered on Jul 13, 2010


All soap dispensers work on a siphon principal. There are o-rings inside these pumps and, over time, they dry out (even when surrounded by soap (which has an acid base)). Unless there is a way to dis-assemble these pumps and replace the o-rings, you may want to start looking for replacements.

American... | Answered on May 16, 2010


The "bottle" screws in from the bottom. The "pump" is inserted in the top. I usually fill mine from the top without taking out the bottle. Too much of a pain. Just make sure the large nut holding the hardware in place is secure before you start assembling the bottom and top. If it's loose, the whole thing will wiggle around. Good luck!

American... | Answered on May 09, 2010


That's where a mechanic has a feel for things and just looks for any set screws or threads, a handyman might help with this for you.

American... | Answered on Mar 28, 2010


either the water is turned off, the pipe is blocked or the handle is stuck or broken. I would recommend that you call a plumber.

American... | Answered on Feb 24, 2010


Hello. You will find that the bottle will come out once you remove the nut under the surface of the sink.
You have to get into the cabinet to do this. And, a faucet wrench, available at any hardware store will assist you greatly. Regards, joe

American... | Answered on Dec 05, 2009


sounds like a bad valve in handle, might be cheaper to just replace hadle buy the same one and just put in top that way you don;t have to climb under sink and loosen bottle

American... | Answered on Jul 26, 2009


no there is not a part you can buy,you must replace the whole unit.

American... | Answered on Jul 22, 2009


soak it in hot water and try pumping it every so often,should loosen liquid soap.

American... | Answered on Jun 14, 2009


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

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