Question about Rohl Plumbing
Need to change the hot and cold cartridges
The Escutcheon under the lever needs to be removed to access the cartridge. These turn counterclockwise to remove. Using a strap wrench or some other form of device to get the grip you need without damaging the finish is the answer to your question. Once this is removed, removing the cartridges are obvious and easy.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.
Your problem is: You have replaced a leaking Rohl cartridge in your kitchen faucet, but when you
replace the nut holding down the cartridge, the threads of the nut do not
engage. You have tried to push hard down on the cartridge while you turn the nut,
but to no avail.
Assuming you have the correct cartridge, I find it helpfull to take pictures with my cell (easily deleted later) as I disassemble to make sure I'm getting the new one in exactly right because there are only two reasons why the new cartridge won't go all the way in. 1 It's the wrong cartridge or
2 something's not right. Take the new one out and check that everything is correct, it's easy to make a small mistake. That's it.
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Harvey your Master Plumber
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
The debre from turning off the valves comes through the lines and clogs up,usually the aireator,the screen at the end of the faucet. Take aireator off ,,colena and reassemble. If that does not work,disconnect the lines at the shurtoff agaoun and look for hte obstructions for the aireator back to the shurtoffs.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
ouch sadly im sure it was pricy to have him out so my suggestion would be to call him back and have him take off the price of what he charged you or have him fix it for no charge could be just need some plumbers putty around the faucet to stop a little water that may seep threw under the faucet good luck
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
With a small flat blade screwdriver, carefully remove the red and white plastic button on the front of the faucet. Turn off the water supply. Then, raise the handle like you're turning on the water and move the handle slowly left and right until you can see an Allen screw through the hole where the button was. With the correct size Allen driver, remove the screw and the handle will come off the faucet.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
It is highly suggested to use the grease. The purpose of the grease is for (break-in Period). Without the grease, gaskets and seals rub dry and hard against the metal surfaces and could distort or wear uneven and fail prematurely. The grease helps ease the initial wear and give a better life. Also, it isrecommended toopen a faucet and clean and grease seals and gaskets before they are bad;sort of a preventive maintainance every 2 to 3 years. Good luck, Macgivor
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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