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Old 04-12-2018, 04:17 PM   #1
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27TB - No Water Galley Sink

I canít figure this one out. We have a 27TB that was de-winterized. Iím not getting water at the kitchen sink, but the lav and the shower are okay. Iíve tried the supply lines leading to the faucet, with no luck and I guess I could disconnect those to verify itís not the faucet itself. Everything near the water heater (that I can see) also looks okay.

What am I missing? Are there some hidden valves somewhere?

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Sometimes the screen on the faucet gets clogged. Unscrew it and see if that works...
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Yes, look at the screens. I just dewinterized mine and both the kitchen and lav faucet were not working. I was getting a bit of a dribble out of the kitchen but nothing in the lav. Two clogged screens. All things back to normal now. All I have to do is try to figure out why this happened.
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Ugh you wouldnít believe it, so the screens in the faucet are fine, I pulled apart the faucet valve and it looked good too. I turned the water on with the valve removed expecting it to spray out and it did not! So I pulled the supply lines out checked the screens on those too. They were fine!

I pulled the supply hoses all of the way out and they were not blocked either!

So the only thing left was something blocking the water between the valve supply manifold and the supply fittings where you connect the little water hoses. Turns out Kohler installs tiny little check valves in the soldered brass supply line fittings. They were stuck closed... freed them with a screwdriver.
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