A set of kohler faucets is leaking and the trim matches the rest of bath. This trim package in no longer available. We have to make the effort to save this set of faucets. Check it out.

Every day plumbing repairs and installs featured all while my two sons CB2 and Angelo learn the plumbing trade.

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Makita man says:

CB-1 I cannot wait till May 15th to see the new plumber in action. It's going to be a long journey but I'm going to stick it out lol. Peace brother

Kevin Henry says:

12โ€ breaker bar

Kevin Henry says:

Hey guys, we use a deep socket and 12l breaker bar to remove exact Koehler valves in Marriott hotels all day long keep the good work

prox says:

My master plumber uses cobra channel locks. Finished ones which is a smooth head for finished work and regular. I think you'll love them for this kind of work

Tim Hendley says:

Did CB2 graduate?

john kramer says:

Manufacturer gives away free replacement cartridges to original purchase owner of faucets

Oniel Brown says:

Dude, give your boys more chances, let them figure shxt out when you get to the clients house, GIVE THEM A GO BRO!

Dean Reinke says:

Youโ€™d never be in my house!

Crushi .Music, Art & Love. says:

Twist, it was CB2 the whole time!!!

Crushi .Music, Art & Love. says:

CB1 you really are a genius cinema producer and creator. I love and adore your channel. Thank you! Crushi ๐Ÿงก ๐Ÿ’› ๐Ÿ’š ๐Ÿ’™ ๐Ÿ’œ ๐Ÿ–ค

Brewmule says:

I never reinstall the handles before testing my work. You never know if there is a small leak

dave daved says:

kick ass. i dont see dahl valves. lol

Timothy Newport says:

Koehler faucets suck. There extremely difficult to break the cartridges loose. They are torqued way to tight from the factory.

DG Productions says:

Nice seeing you back.

logjamtoo says:

Box end open wrench works much better than pliers on those stems

John Krim says:

It all started to come together when you put down the pliers and used the right tool to remove the stems. Not the best way to be teaching the apprentices. I would have put a little silicone faucet grease on the stems for easier removal next time. ๐Ÿ‘ท๐Ÿป

Nelson Echevarria says:

I can relate to this video.I have blue sink,blue tub and blue toilet in my bathroom.I tried to find a blue toilet to match the tub but there's no way to buy one so I'm going to have to buy a TOTO Drake 1.6 gpf/.8 gpf tornado flush elongated toilet in sedona beige which will at least match the bathroom tiles.My bathroom is tiled from the floor to the ceiling,heck they even tiled the bathroom ceiling itself and I'm not about to go tearing out the bath tub or the bathroom tiles,too much work and too much money to do that.I will have to install a tub surround because the tiles on the shower valve side are coming loose,the "extra special" people that did the bathroom used plywood boards as a backing for the bathroom tiles instead of using green board or wonder board which is supposed to be used for bathroom tiling.Great video Chuck,you're the man.

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keith brueton says:

Oh my god that was painful CB

keith brueton says:

See you cant beat the joker CB

keith brueton says:

Them grips need throwing in the trash

Floyd Albright says:

The word kohler in German means over complicate. Ha ha

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