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Have a 4 year old Micro Belle Rope faucet # 1430. The cartridge needs to be replaced. Is there a way to shut off the water from the faucet itself, without shutting off water to the entire house? I have no idea what I did with the original manual.

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In order to repair this faucet you will have to shut off water before it gets to the faucet. Probably whole house. Thank you

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