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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First you have to remove the main lever/handle. This is done by loostening the allen head setscrew at the pivot point front base of thge handle. Underneath you'll see a collar or nut that is easily removed with a pair of Channel Lock pliers (adjustable) then after marking the front of the valve with a permanent marker(just make a dot) so it is assembled the same way, pry out the valve and repair or replace it, Thank you, Dana.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
SOURCE: slow running tap
If you have recently turned off your water supply you may have disturbed some sediment in the water lines causing this problem.....Unscrew the airator at the end of the faucet and there is a screen inside( take note how this screen is in place). This should give you water pressure back!
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
NSF 61(-9) is a standard rather than the model number (it's often very difficult to identify the model number. If you are able to find the model number, the link attached has all the technical specs for Danze products (even discontinued ones). http://www.danze.com/tech_specs.asp
Otherwise, I suggest browsing their faucet section until you find yours.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
You don't say how old your unit is. I have had the same problem with calcium buildup in my tankless heater. Pump vinegar into the unit and let is set for about and hour, then flush the unit.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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Turn the water off. The water control knob is located under your sink and is connected to the drain. Turn it counterclockwise to turn off the water.
Open the faucet to relieve any differences in pressure. Pull up on the faucet as you would if you were turning it on.
Plug the drain of the sink with its stopper to prevent any parts from going down it.
Turn the faucet handle sharply to one side to reveal a small cover plate. Pry the plate off carefully with a flat-bladed screwdriver.
Unscrew the screw that is located behind the cover plate with a 4 mm allen key.
Lift the handle off and remove the cap beneath it.
Firmly grip the exposed cartridge with your hands and pull up to remove it.
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