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Ghroe Seabury 25502 roman tub filler leaking at liftrod control

I've a Ghroe Seabury 25502 roman tub filler when i turn the water on it will squirt/spray through the top of the liftrod that controls the spout/shower ,
when I pull it up so the water is diverted to the hanheld shower its fine but if I push it down to divert the water to the spout it will start to spray ou of the top
someting I can take apart anf fix or do I need a whole new spout assemly

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It can be repaired.

You can see an exploded diagram here

I can post more if you need more specific instructions.

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