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BANNER 640 SERIES 3 HANDLE TUB-SHOWER DIVERTER VALVE HAS A CAST STEM OR EXTENSION W/ A PLASTIC BONNET AND LONG SCREW THROUGH THE ASSEMBLY & HANDLE. tHE STEM IS WEAK AND KEEPS BREAKING. NOW I CAN'T FIND REP[LACEMENT PARTS?

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SOURCE: Tub shower diverter stem on tub spout broke and

you must replace the whole stem.you can get it at homedepot. first take the cover off over the stem. this should screw off or is held on with a allen key.then unscrew stem from valve body.make sure water is off to tub,just in case.

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SOURCE: replaced shower valve. still drips from tub spout

The cartridge has 2 or 3 o-ring type seals around it that feed the water through, it picks up both hot and cold and mixes them. Some cartridges are replaced as one, some you have to replace the seals, just take the faucet info to the hardware store and match it up. I think the diverter is for the shower. It sends the water up instead of out.

Posted on Feb 28, 2010

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