Need help identifying a cartridge.

Discussion in 'Shower & bathtub Forum & Blog' started by daphotoguy, Jul 17, 2005.

  1. daphotoguy

    daphotoguy New Member

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    This is for a single handled shower in my friends house. His kid broke the handle off so I need to replace the cartridge. Can't find a make/model marking anywhere on the shower hardware. It does have the letters 09.20.99.4I on it. Here are some pictures. Where can I find a replacement at?

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  2. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    cartridge

    My first guess would be American Standard, but I will check later to see if I can identify it at a supplier.
  3. daphotoguy

    daphotoguy New Member

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    Thanks for checking.

    I also though it looked like an American Standard. But every American Standard design I can find uses three seperate round holes in the back with their own individual seals instead of a one piece seal like this one has.
  4. plumguy

    plumguy New Member

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    Can you post a pic of the handle and trim plate?
  5. daphotoguy

    daphotoguy New Member

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    I'll do that.

    I will post other pictures tonight.
  6. daphotoguy

    daphotoguy New Member

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    I figured it out.

    It is an EZ-FLO EZ7010 or EZ7008. Now if I can only figure out where to buy one at. B^) Thanks everyone for their help.
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