Question about American Standard 1480.104.002 SEVA Single Control Lavatory Faucet - Polish
Merican Standard seva flowise shower faucet. what size allen wrench to remove handle? tight quarters and don't want to strip.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Some seats ae rremovable and some or not Some take a hex(allen) wrench and some take a square (seat removal tool) Most of us use a seat grinder. (another tool to dress up the seat (Remove material) past the seat damage. You will find any of these tools at any hardware store that sells plumbing parts. If the seats have a square or hex hole remove and replace rather that grind(dress)the seat. All right hand threads meaning turn counter clock wise to remove. Take old seat to the American Standard plmbing supply outlet and then will match it up. Good fix-in to ya.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
well it do or it don't come out if it is old U R better off buying a new, it is the seals that R leaking, then it could B a weld gone bad
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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You'll need an allen or hexkey wrench of the apropriate sixe to remove the handle from the faucet. There should be a rubber plug with the traditional red and blue colors for hot and cold. Carefully pry the plug out. There should be a hex nut in behind the plug.Remove the hex nut and the handle should come off by pulling straight upward.After that the dome shaped nut that sits below the handle should turn off counter clockwise. Beneath this is where the seals, springs, and washers are located. Good luck
Posted on May 20, 2009
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After you remove the handle, the chrome cap should either snap or spin off.It also may come out with the cartridge... There are 3 screws that hold the cartidge in the faucet...take them out and you should be able carefully work the faucet are off of the core of the faucet. Put a little cooking oil on the o-rings after you install the new ones... just to allow the faucet arm to slide on without damage... Hope this gets you dripless!! Let me know if you have a question. K
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Pry the hot/cold button off the top of the handle. Make sure the water is turned off below the sink.
Under the button should be screws. Remove the screws. Pry the handle off. Remove the stems by lifting then out.
That should give you access to the washers you need to change.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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