Question about Franke PF3000Series Deck Mounted Pot Filler Faucet with Two Valves....
How can I find leak and repair...wrench size?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
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
I have a similar problem and while I've gotten further along than you have, I still don't have the complete solution. The little "ceramic" disk that says "Franke" on the knob does come off. It's just well glued on and requires destroying two x-acto blades and putting some large chips in the logo disk to get off. Once you get the disk off you'll discover that the knob requires a special tool to remove. I haven't been able to locate one but usually when you buy a replacement washer/gasket set it will come with the special wrench to remove the fastener from inside the knob. So if you locate a faucet repair kit for that faucet, let me know!
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
I had a similar problem with my relatively new Forte model. I disassembled the handle, removed the retaining ring and the valve assembly. I thought at first it was the valve assembly but wasn't convinced. I continued to remove the entire faucet hub by gripping and pulling straight up. When I did, the diverter valve popped out of the back to the counter behind the sink. I cleaned all the parts up, made sure all the rings were in place, presse the diverter securely into place back in its hole, and reassembled the rest of the parts. That seemed to do the trick. I'm guessing that the diverter lost its seal and was displaced inside the hub. Hope that helps someone else.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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