How to attach a Kohler Flush Cap
- Push the stop lever all the way down to expose the underside of the stop ■■■■■■■ under the sink.
- Find the turnbuckle that secures the lock on the snap ring.
- Unlock the latch on the stop connector.
- Remove the retainer from the sink drain hose.
- Lift the sink plug.
Remove the connector
- The ball bar holds the plug in the drain. To get to the pan, the ball bar must first be removed.
- The ball rod is inserted into the drain from the side and fixed with a nut.
- To remove, remove the spindle nut, remove the ball rod and remove the drain plug.
- Remove the screws that secure the overflow cover.
- Remove the plate and handle from the overflow hole and partially extend the mechanism.
- Adjust the nut on the joint - lengthen it to raise the cap or shorten it to lower it.
- Slide the device back and place it on the cover.
Reassemble and adjust the pop-up hood assembly
- Put the plug in the drain. Slide the handle onto the latch rod and insert the horizontal swivel rod into the drain line.
- Tighten the locknut just enough so that the stopper rod does not slide down.
- The pop-up cap should now contain water.
PushPull drain plugs
- Lift the cap to the open position.
- Hold the catch in your hand and turn the knob counterclockwise to remove it.
- With the cap removed, unscrew the handle under the lid counterclockwise to disconnect the cap from the drain port.
In all cases it is necessary to replace the drain plug.
Put the cloth or sponge in a plastic bag. Squeeze out as much air as possible and close it or use a rubber band to secure it in place. Put the bag down the drain. The material must expand to properly fill the hole, and the plastic bag will prevent water from leaking down the drain.
When you pull the handle on the back of the sink, the stopper closes and when you lower the handle the stopper opens. If that! The lever you pull is attached to what is known as the swivel rod, which is attached to the cap of your faucet.