|Posted by hj on April 08, 1999 at 01:20:35:|
|In response to Re: Valley Tub/Shower Faucet|
Buy a new cap, and then use a torch to heat the old one. Heat the cap a little and try to remove it. Heat, and try. Keep repeating the process. There will come a time when the cap will unscrew very easily, but the plastic insert will be melted, which is why you need the new one.
: The single handle pre-1993 Valley faucet on my tub/shower combo suddenly began to leak...no drip, steady leak. Removed handle but even with lever all the way down could not stop. Bought replacement parts but cannot get brass cover off. Have wrapped brass with tape and used faucet wrench but not even a budge. Gotta get water back on soon. Any suggestions?
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