22 Years Factory Kitchen Faucet KF-2003 in Costa Rica
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Follow this guide if your Korky Fill Valve is not refilling or is filling the tank slower than normal.
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First, ensure that the water supply valve is turned completely open and that the supply line is free of kinks. If the supply line was kinked or if it was necessary to turn the water supply open, flush the toilet to observe the water flow. If this does not improve water flow, turn the water supply line off and flush to empty the tank. Next, remove the refill tube — you may need to twist slightly. Pop off the cover by placing your thumb under the tab and lifting off. Look into the bottom of the float chamber to see if there is any water standing. If you don’t see water, tap on the float arm to ensure the float is moving freely and that the arms are securely latched onto the cap assembly. If it is not moving freely, it may be necessary to grab the cap assembly refill port and twist the cap clockwise. If you noticed water in the float chamber, remove the float assembly by pinching the two arms together and lifting up. Next, place a cup underneath the float chamber of the valve. Use a ballpoint pen to push the white check ball out of the chamber. Clean the check ball and the check ball cavity off with warm water or a damp cloth. After cleaning, reinsert ball into the underside of float chamber.
Next, remove the cap by twisting counter clockwise. Now remove the supply tube from the valve and pull the white strainer out of the supply tube. If the strainer is dirty, rinse it in water. Make sure the strainer is fit securely into the supply tube, now reassemble the valve. Upon reassembling make sure the supply tube notch is lined up and fit into place with the corresponding notch on the body. Now you can place the cap on by twisting clockwise. Then place the float onto the cap assembly. After reassembling turn the water supply back on to test water flow. If cleaning the check ball and strainer does not solve the problem and you have a flexible water supply line, turn the water supply line off, disconnect the supply line from the fill valve and place the end into a bucket. Slowly turn the water supply line open. If there is still little or no water flow, there is likely a restriction in the water supply line or a problem with the incoming water supply.
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