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Trying to remove cowell from Roman tub faucet

I have a Price Pfister RT6. I replaced the valve but the spout is wiggling and the set screw is tight. I would like to remove the cowell / spout and see if I can tighten it. Any ideas?

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The Price Phister Roman tub spout needs to be tightened from beneath.
If you do not have a removable skirt on the tub it will be a bit difficult to tighten.
Should you have crawl space under the tub and are careful to locate the dead space between the tub and the skirt you can cut a hole beneath the valve and spout location and reach up from below to tighten the spout.
If you have tile as a surround and no access from below you will have to remove some of the tile in order to gain access.

You may want to call in a proffessional plumber to handle this.

Hope this helps,

sanray

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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