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806 series Georgetown bathtub faucet -- drips a

Price Pfister 806 series Georgetown bathtub faucet -- drips a couple of seconds after turned off -- hot or cold. Suggetions?

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    installed in 1988, a wall mount, has dripping problems

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This is the way most price pfister products work,it is not broken.no matter what you do you will end up with the same solution.don't spend any money on this project.

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