|Posted by hj on January 02, 1999 at 00:13:49:|
|In response to Re: price pfister diverter|
: If the seal ring where the diverter fastens to the valve is too thick, it will prevent the diverter from making its intermal seal stop the flow to the tub spout. The balance btween the seal ring and the internal seal is very delicate. If the ring is too thick the tub does not stop flowing, but if it is too thin the water will leak inside the wall. Also, you may have left the old seal ring on the valve when you installed the new one.
: : I just repalced the diverter stem, yet the flow from the tub is just as strong as it was before i replaced it. The shower is very weak and the tub flow is strong. I ont seem to be missing any washers or parts, can you tell me why i cant stop the flow at the tub?
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