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Where does the spring and rubber piece go when installing a Danco 2S-2H/C stem?

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Turn off the water supplying the faucet. Now open the faucet. Remove handle by taking off index button and removing screw. You may need to purchase a handle puller, 10-15 dollars, and a stem wrench set. After removing handle, place appropiate sized wrench on stem and turn counter clockwise. Before installing stem, make sure it is in the open position. You may need to use the handle to turn the new stem. Screw in clockwise.

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Put the large part of the spring into the plastic or rubber washer first, then insert into faucet. I use a little of petrolem jelly for easy instlation.

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How do you replace the old stem with the new one that has the additional parts of black rubber piece and spring/white plastic? I cannot get those pieces to go on and still reassemble the handle.


If the new parts don't resemble the old ones
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Take the old parts to a quality plumbing store
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How do the 3 pieces go together for installation. The 3Z-6H/C?? thanks


first off, put the spring in the faucet big end down. then put the black rubber boot seal in next and push it into place. Then place the Stem in but be sure to line up the notches before you screw it all down. I hope the will help you....

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I bought the Danco replacement stem for a milwaukee faucet(part 4s-6h/c) it is leaking from the handle... do I need to replace the plastic part that runs back into the pipe? Is there an easy way to remove...


Sometimes on the stems on the side the handle attaches is a nut that can be tightened. Inside this nut is a rubber or other type of seal. tightening this nut stops the water from coming out of the handle. If the nut has already been tightened then possibly need to replace this rubber seal.

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Is it brass, stainless, plastic or rubber? I think a stainless one might be for the knob screw, I don't think there is one inside, it might just have fallen into the pack. We get weird stuff all the time that doesn't belong. Hope this helps.

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How does a 9s-4h/c danco stem install.


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Do not modify the handles, just buy the pieces missing. they are available through Danco. Even though i prefer using original parts.

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