Please help, need to replace shower and bathtub faucets

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  1. needurhelp

    needurhelp New Member

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    I would like to replace these shower and bath faucets without cutting into the walls if possible. These are American Standard faucets and are about 20 y/o. American Standard no longer makes parts for them. I am hoping that someone makes replacements parts for them or a similar product that I can replace them with without cutting into the granite. There is no "access panel" for them. To clarify, I have one shower, one roman tub, one shower tub combo.

    Faucets are from the American Standard Elger line. These are the model numbers:

    Shower with acrylic knobs is TC934

    Roman Tub is TH936

    Shower with spout is Y24849-04

    I appreciate all your help.
     

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  2. johnjh2o1

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  4. needurhelp

    needurhelp New Member

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    Thanks John,

    I contacted Kissler. They said they didn't have replacement parts for these.
     
  5. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    That bottom valve looks like a Delta or Valley, but we would need to see the stems under the handle to be certain.
     
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