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Where is the brand name printed on a kohler kitchen faucet

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On bottom of base.

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There is normally a tag on one of the supply lines.

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SOURCE: kohler single lever kitchen faucet,no hot water

no its somthing in water filter rust or dirt in line.take apart and drain line. thank you for useing fixya please rate me

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SOURCE: Single Handle faucet broke on my Kohler kitchen

Is cheaper to replace the whole tap as the service kits cost almost as much as the tap to buy, I presume you are talking about a flick mixer tap (that is what they are called in australia)
Replacing them is reasonably easy, turn off water at the main out on the footpath turn the tap on to let the water run out, go under the sink with a couple of spanners or deep reach socket and undo the lines and the tap hold down nuts and remove, replace in reverse order

Posted on May 07, 2009

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SOURCE: kohler forte single control kitchen, low colder water pressure

1. If it is old enough, it is time to replace the control cartridge.

2. Check your supply stops under the counter, check that they are both supplying full pressure.

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Kohler Fairfax single control kitchen sink faucet

Remove the air-irater at the end of the faucet where the water comes out. That is where 99% of clog are on faucets. If that does not do it then you need to replace the cartridge.

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SOURCE: I had a dripping Kohler Finial kitchen faucet

Any bit of dirt or grit in the line will get caught in the cartridge if not flushed properly.

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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