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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The proper fix for this is to hone out the scratches
take steel wool and wrap it around a dowel or piece of wood or ust stuff it into the housing and turn back and forth to smoth out the scratch
if the scratch is real dep you wll have to go to harbor freight and get a honing tol that fits on the end of a drill
the stem should have some type of crown washer that you should be able to get an assortment from lowes , ace or hd
If you are asing for a recommendation for a good silicone I always use GE silicone it is the best
as a last resort (if nothing else works to stop leak
I would take cartridge wall and streatch teflon tape as tight and smooth as possible to block water coming up between housing and
cartrideg this is not recomended by mfg just a spa (my initials) certified suggestion
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
SOURCE: I have a american standard 5
Don't forget to turn your head upside down and look underneath the spout body. There sometimes is a little star screw or phillips screw securing the spout. After removing the little screw you can get you a 3/4" pipe thats about a foot long and stick it up the tub spout opening. This will give you leverage to turn the thing loose. Good luck cause getting this thing loose is a bi.ch sometimes.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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
I have a Linksys router WRT54G and i was used it on my verizon network, now i want to re-install it to another computer that i have with comcast network
The router was works well with the cable old attached, either the new one, but when I go to wireless it doesn't works
I get a strong signal but unable to get on the internet with WEP security.
With security disabled the wireless works fine. But will not connect to the
internet with WEP security on. I tried to use the CD install disk that comes
with the router but ir does not help. So i want to know what i might suppose to do?
Any help would be apreciated.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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