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Lavortory one handle faucet will not move to hot side

American standard one handle lavotory faucet will not move to hot side. moves to cold side OK but stops at middle and will not move to hot side

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Go to a plumbing supply store and obtain an american standard kit to rebuild the faucet. good luck

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