Question about American Standard Plumbing
I think you might need a handle remover tool. It looks like two "L"'s facing each other with a long screw going through the top of the two L's . With a T handle at the top. The two L's go up under the bottom of the faucet handle, and the long screw fits into the screw hole for the faucet handle. A dozen turns or so and the handle pops off the valve stem. Cost about 10-15 dollars at any hardware store. hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First, turn off the water supply under the sink. Next, put the faucet lever in the up position, no water should be coming out. While in the up position turn slowly while looking at the underside of the handle and you should be able to find a set screw. It will probable be an "allen head" type and you will need and allen head wrench to loosen it. An allen head looks like a hex shape, 6 sided I believe and is rod shaped. If you don't have one they come in sets at your local hardeware.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
Here is a link to the install instructions. I'm not sure if it's exactly your model, but should be same Idea. The spout should come out the top, the rest out the bottom. http://www.americanstandard-us.com/assets/documents/amstd/install/Install_1451.pdf
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
Is there an air gap next to the faucet that is leaking. If so, it is probably clogged. Pull the cap off of it and clean it out. This is what it may look like before you take the cap off.
Posted on Jan 18, 2011
if you are having trouble removing the set screw make sure you are using the correct size allen wrench and confirm that it is a allen screw and not a trox screw. After doing this try tighten the screw slightly before loosening it. This should break it loose.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
SOURCE: My bathroom sink faucet has
delta also uses red and blue,, but its fine, remove the insert and take it to any home improvement store, they will be able to match up the sleeve, if its just a slight drip, you can just replace the bottom washer and faucett seat,, if its a single handle you may have to get the kit that includes the O rings to rebuild it,, be sure and get some plumbers grease when putting it back in,, especially lube the O rings as they usually give out first
Posted on Jul 23, 2011
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