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Lever won't stay on at low flow rate; lever closes automatically. What can I do to fix it?

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Sounds like the retaining ring under the handle may need to tighten a little to stiffen lever a little. To remove handle take plastic red/blue cap at base of lever covering the screw. Remove allen screw that holds handle to base with a allen wrench.

Try to tighten collar that holds the stem for the lever and that should help with the lever. if not the gasket that's under the collar maybe wore to the point that tightening want effect it.

If you need a parts diagram go to this link for an exploded view of the internal parts. I hope this will be helpful to you.

http://www.needplumbingsupplies.com/Danze/Specs/D403412_Inst.pdf page 4 has a breakdown.

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