Faucet and valve identification help needed....

Discussion in 'Plumbing Forum, Professional & DIY Advice' started by systemdown, Feb 15, 2008.

  1. systemdown

    systemdown New Member

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    Hi, I have the faucet below and am trying to replace the ceramic valve. I've been looking around for a new valve locally and on the internet and can't seem to find a perfect match. The closest one I found is made by Price Pfister #910-900 but the end of the stem is not the same (mine has 23 notches). Here's a couple of pictures, hopefully someone knows at least the brand name of this faucet. Thanks in advance. BTW, that's teflon tape on the stem....
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    and this is the closest match that I've found
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  2. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    stem

    Recount the splines. It would be rare for them to be 23. 20 or 24 are more common. The spout looks like PP, but not the handles, so I doubt that is what you have. All of the stems "look" similar until you actually place them next to each other.
  3. jimbo

    jimbo Plumber

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    I agree with hj. The spout looks like the PP Bedford.>http://www.pricepfister.com/website/documents/Products/PRD_11rod_13793_1450.jpg

    But the handles are wrong. Here is a possible scenario: someone switched out the handles at some point, with genric or non-pp handles. Hence the teflon tape to try t make it fit right??

    The Bedord uses PP 910-024( cold ) and 910-025 ( hot ) ceramic stems. Your 910-100 is similar but not correct.
  4. systemdown

    systemdown New Member

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    hj, you are correct it is 24 splines and not 23 (I verified on the cold stem). The 910-025/4 look similar but have a bump on the bottom that mine don't. Here's a picture of the bottom:
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  5. systemdown

    systemdown New Member

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    Well after searching for this stem for so long and coming up with nothing (literally hours spent looking at diagrams of different manufacturers), I decided to try the Pfister stem/valve. Not much luck, the hole size is different. The Pfister one is much smaller in diameter. I have officially given up on this faucet, and I have ordered a new one. The new one is a Kohler coralais widespread. Thanks for help.
  6. srdenny

    srdenny Plumbing Contractor

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    Time for a new faucet?
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