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We cleaned our price pfister faucet because we had low cold water pressure - when we hooked it back up and put the handle back on the water will not turn off.

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You more then likely replaced the diverter washer backwards. There is a washer/gasket that has multiple holes (2 or 3) and it is probably just rotated 180 clockwise (or counter).

There are very few moving parts in a faucet so this should fix it.

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