|Posted by hj on May 06, 19101 at 20:34:21:|
|In response to Re: New whirlpool leaks -- fixable on site?|
If it is a jet leak then it should be fixable on site. There is no way to know until it is inspected and the actual source of the lead located.
: I just installed a new Kohler fiberglass whirlpool on a bed of mortar, according to Kohler instructions. When I filled for testing, I found a small but constant drip coming out of the bottom, near a corner, between two laminate layers. There's no apparent damage insdie or outside, so I'm wondering if the water is getting there where one of the jets passes through, and, if so, whether this is something the Kohler might be able to fix on site. Otherwise it brings my whole construction project to a halt; I have to delay the tile person, etc. Does anyone have any experience with this kind of thing? Would like to get some background before calling Kohler tomorrow (Monday). Thanks.
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