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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: price pfister sb o34-4nss leaks
Well, this is generic for fixing a Price Pfister ceramic disc valve labatory faucet. On the top of the handle, there is usually a screw cover. Pry it off. Then insert a phillips screwdriver or allen wrench, depending on model and remove. Then remove the handle. At this time, make sure the water is shut off to the faucet. You'll need a socket or wrench to remove the cartridge. On many, the size is 3/4. Loosen all the way, then pull out the cartridge and replace. They are usually between 10-30$/cartridge. Insert new cartridge, tighten (but dont overtighten or you will kill the gasket), then replace the handle and turn on water. Check for leaks.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: my price pfister tub valve leaks
there is an o-ring inside the valve that seals. It has failed. They should sell a rebuild kit where you bought it, or dis-assemble, and take the failed oring in to have it matched to a new one.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
SOURCE: Kitchen Faucet Leak
The stem and washers inside the faucet need to be replaced.
If you Do it yourself the parts typically will cost you less than 20 bucks.
Most plumbers will charge 75 to 100 for this relatively simple Job.
You can order parts directly from the manufacturer, or from a local plumbing supply house.
The faucet may still be under warranty and the parts would be free. Here is ther number for Price pfister.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
Testimonial: "As you suggested, the faucet was under warranty and Price Pfister is sending me some parts at no costs. Hopefully, the parts will resolve the issue."
There is an o-ring around the valve body inside the outer shell. This needs replacing -- sometimes you can match these at hardware stores.
Shut water off, remove handle, pull up outer shell, you'll see the o-ring.
More info, let me know.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you...problem solved :-) No more leaks. "
There are several nuts on a faucet but I'm assuming you mean the plastic nuts that hold the faucet to the sink. They many times do jam up. To get them off you need to use a large flat head screw driver and a hammer and chisel them off. Chisel from the outside edge in toward the threads on two different sides.
Posted on May 23, 2010
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