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Trying to take apart to find the leak

Have a Price Pfister Parisa RT6-amcc.

Got the set screws out but not sure how to take off part # 941-37

The fauset is dripping and a small amount of water is coming out above the 941-037 part number.

Any ideas?

Thank you from Hawaii!


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  • martykimball Dec 14, 2008

    How do you remove diverter?

  • sperezllc Feb 02, 2009

    Im having the exact same problem. I know where to buy the parts however the faucet was installed in a roman tub that has no access. There is no way to get underneath the tub.

    Im afraid if I start to take the faucet apart that it might fall underneath the tub.

    1. Would that happen?

    2. if not, how do I go about taking it apart?

  • dclovis95 Mar 01, 2009

    I have a price fister 34 series kitchen faucet in my motorhome.  I have never seen the type of hardware that is under the sink.  There seems to be a long rod attached to a horseshoe looking bracket which appears to hold the faucet in place.  Does the rod turn to release the faucet?

    Thank you.



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Turn off water supply, if its a single handle there should be only 1 set screw then diverter is screwed down. After you remove the diverter there is a small rubber washer or o-ring ..let me know which it has.Thankyou.

All Price Pfister Parisa Collections products are backed by the Pforever Warranty, which guarantees both finish and function for the life of the product.

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