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My price pfister tub valve leaks

My single lever shower/tub faucet leaks. What part do I need to replace to get it to stop?

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    tub faucet leaking

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    Faucet leaks ,needs gasket kit

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There is an o-ring inside the valve that seals. It has failed. They should sell a rebuild kit where you bought it, or dis-assemble, and take the failed oring in to have it matched to a new one.

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Some single handle faucets have bleed-over where both hot and cold enter mixing valve each time handle is turned on, even when faucet calls for just cold or just hot.
Otherwise maybe a do-it-yourself plumber got pipes backwards... or maybe the tub used to be on other side of wall, and tub was moved during remodeling but pipes were not changed.

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Normally there is a wait for hot water to arrive at faucet.
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Single handled faucets have a mixing area inside valve where hot and cold come together before going into sink.
This mixing valve can have crossover where the hot and cold can pass through to each other even when faucet handle is off. When single handle faucets get old, this can happen.
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To confirm this is the problem: turn on other faucet and put ear against shower faucet to listen for moving water.
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