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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the handle removal is a metric allen wrench some of the cartridge replacements come with an allen head wrench
I always plug the drains and completely remove the allen head screw then the handle comes off
Sometimes you have to pry it gently or take a hammer wrap a towel around the handle where it meets tthe cartridge base and tap up under the handle lightly and it comes out
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
In order to remove the Danze handle from this particular model grasp the handle of the valve and then the body of the valve and turn the body counter clockwise in order to remove.
Hope this helps.
If you don't have a supply house near you that carries parts for the Danze products you can go to danze.com and order them there.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
SOURCE: leaking hotwater from the tap
You have two options. You can either replace the faucets- which is much easier for a novice, or you can rebuild them. As far as removing the handles, double check and make sure there is no set screw. If there is not, then the handles should come off. You may have to gently rock each one from side to side. Once you get the handles off, you should see where the valve unscrews. Now would be a good time to turn off the main water going to the tub. Once that is done carefully unscrew the valves and remove them. Take this to Lowes or Home Depot and you should be able to find repacking kits. They usually have full installation instructions included.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
I'm not familiar with a NSF 61/9, but I've used several other models. I believe these are all ceramic disc valve. They almost never wear out. If you remove the handle and the trim cap or bonnet, there should be a nut or adjusting ring you can tighten. Don't over do it. The handle give you quite a bit more leverage than the small tap when it is removed. Here is Danze web site and you can look up your exact model number and see a exploded parts list: www.danze.com
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
Pull the handles straight out of the faucet. use both hands to pull back on the hand while wiggling it left and right just a little at a time. Eventually it will pull off.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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