Weve had a split nylon hose replaced with copper worked for a few hours then the diverter stated to leak due to preasure, new diverter worked for an hour or so, then preasure builds and breaks down again, could there be a problem the engineers are not picking up weve had no hot water/heating since middle of december, boiler is only 3 years old
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You'll need to pull the bottle out to see where the leak is occuring. Look for
* split hoses from the pump(s). This is the more likely cause of the leak. * pump O-rings. Remove and clean, and reassemble.
If the bottle itself has a crack or split, I've had success using a large 40W soldering iron with a flat tip to to CAREFULLY heat the plastic (often something like nylon) and effectively weld the split back together.
i`m guessing that the leak is coming from were the brake hose is fastened to the caliper,did you make sure that the surfaces were clean and free of dirt before re-installing the hose to the new caliper,also there should be a copper washer on each side of the brakes hose were the bolt goes through.check and make sure you have this and that there is not an old copper washer stuck to the caliper if you are using new copper washers supplied with the new caliper.they line will not seal if there is more than one washer installed
Get the replacement parts in about 10 days FREE from PP. Call 800-732-8238. The flow is the diverter tee. I had the cartridge and aerator replaced. And then I replaced the diverter tee. I ordered the parts on a Saturday; got them the following Saturday.
Below is a video to remove the diverter tee. The video is helpful, but doesn't tell you about the other 2 connections. The "spout" connection and the connection to the right (the "t" part) is simply a wiggle off. Then after those are off (with lots of water coming out - get towels ready), then you can crawl back from under the sink and get the sprayer off. The sprayer procedure is in the video (push up/in hose) then pull down gray collett.
These faucets were discontinued in 2005; a plastic disconnect is now available for newer models. Also, we had to replace the cartridge and the aerator to keep it from leaking out of the handle. The problem we originally had was not having equal pressure with the faucet and the sprayer. The faucet would be running and then the pressure would go down. The sprayer would be weak when the faucet was on - never getting full pressure from the sprayer, just a trickle. It was "moody."
26 Series: Removing Diverter/Quick Connect: Dear Customer, Thank you for contacting Price Pfister, here is a link to a video that will guide you through the steps on how to either remove the quick connect or the diverter. http://www.pricepfister.com/about/diverter.aspx
You can go to PP's website and see and "Exploded View" of the model you have. If in the model number it states "XX" that is the finish - for example, mine states Marielle Kitchen Faucet "26-3NXX" The "3" is the number of holes (put a 4 in its place for 4 holes). The XX is SS for Stainless steel - even though it's chrome.
Check the hose first - it could be split or damaged esprcially if it's old. Check all the clamps to be sure they are tight. Chack all connections to the dishwasher and drain spur under the sink. Check the drain trap fro any leaks.
if your indoor unit is leaking water down the wall,it is from one of two things.First, is possibly the insulkation on the copper lines is coming loose and the suction line is condesated,with no way to drain,it drips down the unit.The other possiblity is that the drain hose is coming loose from vibration and leaking a little.