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it means "error", and should also list a number or letter

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I LOOK AT IT AND SEE SET TIME OF BUTTON FOR IT , SAVING MANUALS IS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA UNTIL YOU THROW THINGS AWAY

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Fill the tub until the jets are covered by 2-3 inches of hot water. Add 2 Tablespoons of a low-suds liquid dish wash soap and 1/2 cup of white vinegar. Run the tub with the solution to clean the jets. You can also use bleach instead of vinegar.

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I personally have never used this type of extractor but something like this might work and ~$10.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/SpeedOut-8-1-8-in-Double-Ended-Screw-Extractor/1000170531


If that doesn't work, you can carefully drill off the screw head (only) with appropriate sized drill bit slightly smaller than the screw head diameter. This will release the handle leaving a short stub of screw shaft that you may be able to get a hold of with vise grip pliers; twist pliers to remove as if using screw driver. Removing the door handle usually releases enough tension that remaining screw and will twist out with little effort, unless rusted in.

If that fails, the next thing to try is an "easy out", see mfgs instructions. It's been my experience "easy outs" are anything but easy, but great when they work, but more $$.

If that fails you're left with; carefully drill out majority of remaining screw and re-tap (not a job for a beginner and more $$).

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Fill the tub until the jets are covered by 2-3 inches of hot water. Add 2 Tablespoons of a low-suds liquid dish wash soap and 1/2 cup of white vinegar. Run the tub with the solution to clean the jets. You can also use bleach instead of vinegar.

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What elevation do you lve at.

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Could be heating element failure in the circuit for that controller

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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

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TRY USING BLEACH IN A SMALL AREA THEN QUIT SMOKING IN THE AREA

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shut off the cap lock sheesh. have you even looked at the seat to see how its mounted yet??

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Complicated from your description, it's that noise.
I think the problem is from the water heater circuit, the water in it goes somewhere lower, and the air tends to take its place after a period of time, so it is possible that a tap of hot water drops inexorably, or even a pipe warm water that is not well laid, rusty, cracked in the wall, which drastically removes water, you have sealed the cold water from the tap, so the water has no way to get in, and thus takes air due to the depression in the pipes, just like when you empty the bottle goes down, releases a characteristic sound when emptying, the water stops a little, the air goes in, the water can go down again, the cycle is resumed, etc., and that noise is what you are describing.

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There is some part that is bad, I suggest before you continue replacing parts that you check the dealer for service recommendations. There is probably a master control board that has a failed component.

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It is likely that the heating element has failed.

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