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I need to replace the cartridge in a ladylux groehe kitchen faucet

How to replace cartridge - the cap will not stay on

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SOURCE: Grohe ladylux faucet loose on counter.

Here is the manufactures web where you may request the information you desire concerning your faucet.
http://www.groheamerica.com/s/25_4060/page/modules/iframe/index.php?if_url=http://12.130.64.173/litrequest2.htm

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a Grohe Ladylux Plux kitchen faucet that

you can pull the faucet arm off, the part right on top of the base , if my memory serves me correct you can tighten it with a creset wrench and the neck will pop right back on after

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Grohe ladylux plus kitchen faucet leaks from

Yes,it sounds like you have to replace the hose.Follow the braided hose under your sink until you come across a yellow and black fitting . it is comparable to an air hose fitting quick disconnection. once that is pulled from the sink port,unscrew the spray head and pull the ose through the faucet body from above the sink

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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SOURCE: my Grohe kitchen faucet leaks in the "Cold" off

it could just be a washer leaking you need to strip it out anyhow to find the fault so fit a new washer when putting it all back in

Posted on Nov 28, 2010

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SOURCE: Just purchased a Ladylux faucet

Do you have good water pressure in rest of house if not you may have to put a pressure booster system in. if you do there may be a water saver washer in the end of the hose on the faucet,you can disconnect the hose and if there is a washer with small holes in it you can take that out(you may have to put some type of hose washer back in the hose so it dosen't leak).

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Need to replace cartridge. The cap at the end is supposed to come off by turning clockwise. Don't want to force. The faucet is not stainless. It is impact plastic for lack of better description.


NOT my vid but See if this helps...
watch the video. If it matches your faucet , proceed to disassembly.
Once removed follow the following:
Be sure to do a quick debris flush of the faucet (not shown in video) by opening the stops a bit. prepare for the squirt before doing so. once clean, I recommend silicon grease on all seals screws. You can acquire a small amount from an auto parts store. A small ketchup squeeze package type for auto ignition wires is usually available. Do not over apply. A very thin coat is all that is needed. It will protect and lubricate. Vaseline can be used also but with less effectiveness.
Follow re-assembly instructions.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuMqVFD5Akw
Hansgrohe How to Change an M2 M3 Cartridge

Sep 15, 2015 | Grohe LadyLux One Handle Kitchen Faucet...

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How do you remove the supply line from the spray head?


The hose should simply unscrew from the back of the head.

Here is the page on the Grohe site:

http://www.grohe.com/us/15219/kitchen/kitchen-faucets/ladylux/product-details/?product=33755-G077&color=SDE&material=33755SD0&~[ajax]=33063

Jun 03, 2014 | Grohe Plumbing

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I have a Grohe Ladylux plus kitchen faucet very similar to this one, when I turn the water on there is a slight clunk and the water flow decreases. I am assuming I need a new valve but I havent' been able...


Before you start taking the whole faucet apart try taking the airiator or head of the end of the faucet. It may just be some sediment blocking the filter screen on the head. Unscrew the head and see if the water flows with the head off.

Jun 12, 2010 | Grohe Ladylux Cafe Faucet with PullOut...

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Handle won't stay up


I did the same thing recently, that is replaced the cartridge on my moen kitchen faucet to stop and leak, and I also have the same problem. I called moen back and they sent me another cartridge that was supposed to fit tighter, I suppose. I just put the new one in and it still wont stay up. I'm going to call moen one more time and then I guess I'll have to buy another faucet, but NOT moen!!! Good luck with yours.

Jun 05, 2010 | Moen 7840 Camerist Single-Handle Kitchen...

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Replace cartridge in Moen kitchen faucet and now


it probably has a plastic cartridge,remove it, and push the center piece out slowly and firmly. wipe this down,not completly this is what carries the wieght of the handle.give this a shot.

Jan 12, 2010 | Moen 7437 Chateau Single Hole Kitchen...

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Low hot water pressure on Grohe LadyLux.


1. If by replacing the flexible hose you mean the hose for the pull-out portion - you have more than likely kinked or bent the supply line to the hot (left) side of the faucet.
a) If this supply is braided, then simply shutting of the water supply, removing the braided line and either replacing or attempting to straighten it out will be your best bet.
b) If the supply is copper, you will have to cut the line cleanly and carefully. you will then most likely need a 1/4" or 3/8" compression/quickconnect BY 1/2" IP fitting to complete your repair.
2. Other possibilities include:
a) Failure inside the faucet body which will most likely be warrantied by Grohe if you push them hard enough.
b) A problem at your hot water tank, most likely the outlet side and *perhaps* you hadn't noticed the problem elsewhere.
c) The hot valve failing to reopen fully despite all appearances; applies if you turned off the water under the sink for your repair.

Aug 05, 2009 | Grohe 32 999 KD0 Alira Pull-Out Spray...

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Grohe ladylux plus is leaking


I believe there is a cartrige that has some washers in the unit. There may be some debris caught in there since it was a little loose. I would turn the water off and disassymble the unit and replace any obvious washers and clean everthing up. Replace it all and try it again. If it still leaks, contact Grohe for more trouble shooting. Faucets have fantastic warranties and companies usually will send replacement parts free of charge at times. Hope this helps.

Apr 06, 2009 | Grohe Model 28 206 OOO: Ladylux Plus...

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All of a sudden can not get hot water from my Grohe Ladylux plus


I aasume this is single handle

You will need to remove the handle(usually hex screw under lever or bak side covered with small erasure size button

turn water (hot and cold) off under sink

remove the handle

take an adjustible wrench and remove the cartridge it is keyed
so ou can put it back roperly inspect the cartridge for any obstructions

go under sink and slowly turn hot water on and observe if water is coming out of faucet manifold

if water is coming out ok you may have a bad cartridge or had a blockage reinstall cartridge(after youturned water off

turn hot and cold water on under sink and try again

if it works great if not I suggest you take artridge out and replace

Dec 29, 2008 | Plumbing

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