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Hot wayer when turned to cold

When you turn on the cold side hot water justed started coming out i think it must be an adjustment

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  • mactrucker52 Dec 14, 2008

    it has been working fine until now.over a year later.

    it is single handle

  • Roscoe007 May 11, 2010

    Is this a single handle ,or two handle faucet ..Are other faucets , working ok?

  • Roscoe007 May 11, 2010

    Did this just happen after new faucet was in stalled ,or has faucet been working fine up until this point?

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  1. Sounds like a diverter problem .. you will need to,shut the water off take the faucet handle off ,then you will see 1 screw that hold down the cap to the diverter, after this is removed you will be able to remove and the diverter.Lots of times they just need to be reseated.

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