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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

Kohler Home | Answered on Mar 18, 2019


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

Kohler Home | Answered on Mar 10, 2019


call a plumber if you dont know what to do...

Kohler - Toilet... | Answered on Mar 04, 2019


We had a problem with phantom flushing. Call Kholer. They will send redesigned battery holder and top of flush unit for free. Seems to have fixed the issue.

Kohler Home | Answered on Mar 04, 2019


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


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


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


Universals will work

Kohler Home | Answered on Nov 15, 2018


as we have never seen your toilet we can not say some have floar on long arm that you bend others have a valve that you press down on the top and raise or lower it then return to locked position

Kohler Home | Answered on Nov 05, 2018


A bidet may also be a nozzle attached to an existing toilet, or a part of the toilet itself. In this case, its use is restricted to cleaning the **** and ****. Some bidets of this type have two nozzles, the shorter one, called the family nozzle, is used for washing the area around the ****, and the longer one (bidet nozzle) is designed for women to wash their vulva. These bidets are often controlled electronically rather than with a traditional tap, and some have an element under the seat which heats up to dry the user after washing.

Kohler Santa... | Answered on Oct 16, 2018


Get a new toilet seat. I don't know anyone who sells the hinges.

Kohler K-3453-NG... | Answered on Sep 28, 2018


hello,

the reason for this that the toilet valve have loss out from it position for the water to be able to flow out completely

what you need to do from here is that you have to open the water carrier that is behide the toilet sitter the valve will need to be adjusted down a bite from the screw that help in holding the valve for the water to be able to flow out as usual
after this then your flush valve will allow all the water to run out to flush the toilet well

Good luck and thanks for using fixya.


Kohler Cimarron... | Answered on Jul 02, 2018

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