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That cartridge is from a Chinese no name manufacturer. The faucets are sold to company's that do private label faucets like Glacier Bay and things like that the only brand I'm certain of that uses that cartridge is EZ Flow

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I have the same cartridge JL02BJ, no manufacturer name. I need to replace cartridge. Hard to find at Home Depot or Lowes.

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I will try to help you.

The faucets with one-handle control have a valve cartridge inside the stem which needs to be replaced when a leak develops. Each manufacturer makes its own type of valve cartridge, so you must get exactly the valve that your faucet needs. The best way to do this is to remove the valve and take it to the hardware store when you don't know your model number. Each manufacturer also makes more than one valve so you must either know the model or take the valve in.

I can give you instructions on how to disassemble:

First , turn of both hot and cold water off beneath the sink.

Pop the cap off the top of the stem with a screw driver or knife, etc. You'll see a screw which must be removed to lift the handle off. Once the handle is off, you'll need to use a adjustable wrench or slip-joint pliers to remove the retaining nut. You will see one or more o-rings which must also be replaced. Be sure to lubricate them when reassembling.
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Reinassemble in reverse order.

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