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Valve closes by itself when at less than full on position

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This usually is an indication of wear on the cartridge, the rubber o-rings and what not, they tend to get a little sticky. Best thing is to contact Price Pfister and have them send you a new cartridge with the install instructions if you don't already have them. Price Pfister is great to deal with and should provide these things to you at no extra charge as there is a lifetime warranty on their products. Their number is 1-800-PFAUCET (1-800-732-8238). Good luck.

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