I have a 12 year old Grohe single hole bathroom sink faucet that is leaking and I would like to disassemble it to see if I can repair it. Where can I find an exploded view technical diagram to show me how to take it apart?
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Re: Need technical diagram of single hole faucet
Not sure where to find the diagram, but what type of faucet is it and where is it leaking? It it's a single lever, remove the hot/cold indicator to uncover an allen set screw. Loosen it and remove the lever, then the outer bushing nut. Now you'll have access to the interior parts around the cartridge (make sure you turn the water off to the supply lines before proceeding further). If it's the two handle type, remove the index buttons from the top of each handle to uncover a screw with either a slotted or phillips head. Remove the screws and remove the handles. You now have access to the valves and seats. If it's a 12-year-old faucet, the o-rings and seats will probably need to be replaced and this will fix your problem. If it's a single lever type, you'll need to replace the seats and springs and it will probably solve the problem.
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Residential Products: We provide the following warranties on all GROHE products to the original purchaser, installed in a residential setting. This warranty is effective for all faucets sold after January 1, 1997. Mechanical Warranty: A Limited Lifetime Warranty is provided on all mechanical parts to be free from manufacturing ...
We provide the following warranties on all GROHE products to the original purchaser, installed in a residential setting. This warranty is effective for all faucets sold after January 1, 1997. Mechanical Warranty: A Limited Lifetime Warranty is provided on all mechanical parts to be free from manufacturing defects in materials ...
Limited Lifetime Warranty (U.S.A. Only). Residential Products: GROHE provides the following warranties on its products to the original purchaser, installed in a residential application. This warranty is effective for all faucets sold after January 1, 1997.
Nov 11, 2010 - My parents put in a grohe faucet 25 years ago that has been leaking for the better part of the past 15 years. I JUST noticed the name on the faucet as I was sitting at the counter last night and thought, "hey, I bet this expensive faucet has a lifetime warranty" Can anyone share their expe...
looks like you'll have to remove it and examine it. Brass is a soft metal, I hope you've not stripped out the threads, Grohe is an expensive faucet. i fall else fails and the hreads are stripped out, I might try a tough adhesive caulk like a 3M 5200 marine grade. Apply liberally from the bottom. let it set firmly. Perhaps tape a piece of cardboard over the hole in the countertop from the bottom. this would keep the caulking from falling out before it sets. unconventional, but something to try before buying another $200 faucet. what have you to loose?
If you don,t see any set screw for the handle, ( sometimes it is hidden under a small access cover top of the handle) Then the handle is threaded on where the base of the handle meets the sink/countertop surface. It is a right hand thread and will take a few turn before it comes off accessing the faucet stem.