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Bathroom weltec washerless faucet for rp1740 reinforcement body

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Take a cloth and lay over the top of the stem so as not to damage it. With pliers, grasp the top of the stem and turn it a quarter turn counter clockwise. The stem should lift right out.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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i cant draw it for you but the spring fits inside the seat and the seat goes in the hole last. in the hole goes the spring then the seat goes on top then the stem.put the seat on a small screw driver,then the spring then slide it all into hole, try it good luck.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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a repair kit/cassette
most decent plumbing centres will be able to match up the old cassette

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: I need the cold water stem for a American Standard

American Standard has an on-line Repair Parts centre:

http://www.americanstandard-us.com/store/repair-parts/

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

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Take a cloth and lay over the top of the stem so as not to damage it. With pliers, grasp the top of the stem and turn it a quarter turn counter clockwise. The stem should lift right out.

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