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Water is turned on but only comes out through the handle spray,

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Goto the Price Pfister website -- under FAQ's they "admit" that the part number 951-029 Diverter Valve "may be an issue. Copuld be covered by lifetime wtty --- don't know through out the paper work.

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SOURCE: handle is leaking from the black casing when I turn on the spray

If there is no removal of the item then a new faucet is needed. good luck

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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