Does the spigot stopper turn? If it does turn it to the left to get hot water, a picture of your unit would be nice.
:huh: :laughing::laughing:Does the spigot stopper turn? If it does turn it to the left to get hot water, a picture of your unit would be nice.
The shower head has nothing to do with the water temperature. And even though I think this is perfectly obvious I swapped heads to be sure and I was right, no change at all.remove the Shower head and check the water coming out of the open shower arm see what happens.
I see no exploded diagram at the link you sent in the previous message. And that part has been replaced with another one. It also has no exploded diagram.Could or Should?
Could you? Of course.
Should you? Probably not.
If you do decide to attempt this, make sure your shower valves integral shut offs are OFF, and I'd also make sure your primary water is off as well just in case the integrals don't completely shut off due to some rocks or sand, and you end up with water pouring out and down inside your wall.
If you take a look at the explosion diagram of the valve on kohlers website, or if you still have it with you, it should be pretty straight forward getting it apart. Just be careful not to lose any of the o-rings when you are pulling the pieces out.
I have tried several times but I'm always outside of their business hours. I've also sent emails to their customer service but no reply.Md,
have you tried calling Kohler's customer service? I know Moen's is pretty helpful. If the shower control is fairly new, they would probably send you the PBU to swap out if they figure that's the problem.