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what model number.

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American... | Answered on Dec 04, 2017


perhaps at a good home improvement store or plumbing supply store .

American... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017


then you call a plumber and pay them . or you could search you tube for a video YouTube

American... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017


Sadly FIXYA can offer you no help here only people that are local can assist you. but usually find that it is a blockage someplace in the system

American... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017


Hey. Not sure what model you have, but I assume you're trying to light the pilot. Remove the metal outer and inner (if applicable) cover(s) located at the bottom below the control box. with a flashlight, you should be able to locate the "thermocoupler" -that's a very thin metal tube about the thickness of cooked spaghetti. It should come from the controller and bend around a little until it ends in mid-air. That's where the pilot flame will first appear when you light it, and it should be always on, or else you will need to follow the instructions on the outside of the heater to do so. BTW: while the pilot should always be lit, the main flame (which heats the water) will only "fire" like a gas cooking range when the water in the tank starts to get cold - so don't expect to see any big flames any time you look. When you re-light the pilot, though, and turn the control dial to "hot", then you will both see and hear the flame fire up. Follow those lighting instructions VERY carefully, or the pilot won't stay lit (like, if it says to hold a button for 60 seconds, make sure you don't cheat). Good luck, hope I answered your question.

American... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017


Based on the limited information you have given, it may be a bad thermostat.

American... | Answered on Nov 27, 2017


123 I believe is a configuration error. touch the error on the screen and see what it details. let us know.

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American... | Answered on Nov 26, 2017


you payed someone to do a simple job, which they've not done to a satisfactory standard.
you could either get them back to finish it properly or use some bricks to "stabilize the sink"... i know what i'd rather do.

American... | Answered on Nov 16, 2017


Either water pressure is low or valve is partially blocked.

American... | Answered on Nov 15, 2017


get a new filler assembly. the water in the tank is heavy enough to close the seal completely. or the rubber seal is not making contact. thats' why the leak.
change the whole assemble ususally correct the problem.
adjuste the flow to about 1/4 to 1/3 under the over flow. if that still don't give you the pressure. you ca adjust the flow tube to 1/5 under the cover. that is the max.

American... | Answered on Nov 15, 2017


likely a tripped float switch. need to vacuum drain and clear the float switch.

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American... | Answered on Oct 25, 2017


My best advice
is to believe everything you just experienced...
(Perhaps an UNSEEN flaw in the "MONOBLOCK")

Buy the replacement faucet... shop around:
I spotted it on eBay... (number not close...)
((but still reasonably priced)).

AMAZON
American Standard 1480 101 002 Seva Single Control Lavatory Faucet with...

Also went to eFaucets (but their site was stunned
(normally GOOD resource... ))
http://efaucets.com/

eBay (concierge... buyer protected... FREE ship'n)
American Standard 1480 150 002 Seva Monoblock Single Lever Handle Lavatory...

Save the old one (parts)and DIAGNOSE
it in your SPARE TIME...

Hope this helps

Carnac the Magnificent

American... | Answered on Oct 19, 2017


I take it that you removed the drain trip linkage and stopper through the vent hole .
You must now run a small hand or small power snake the less than eight feet to open the drain.
You can also plug up the vent,tightly and  try a flat plunger on the tub drain .  

American... | Answered on Oct 18, 2017

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