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Replaced stems and still leaking...

I replaced the stems (11K-3H/C) which were an exact match. However when taking one of the stems out the seat came with it.. Can this be the problem.. if so how can it be fixed?

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Hello Matg55,

If the seat came out with the stem, you will need to reinstall it.
The valve's disc needs a seat to seal properly.
Is the seat threaded on the side opposite the bevel?
Do you have a seat removal/Installation tool?

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Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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