|Posted by hj on December 02, 2003 at 08:16:19:|
|In response to Re: old Standard shower valve|
It was made by Standard Sanitary before they merged with American Radiator and became American Standard. Your best shot is to take the part to a good parts store and check in their catalog. Standard being a popular brand, even then, it is possible that stems are still available for it. Most valves at that era did not have removable seats so if yours doesn't and the seat is bad, you will have to have the seat dressed to smooth it out.
: I have an old tub/shower in a 1910's
: This valve has three ports. The inlet
: The valve has Standard written on it.
: Has anyone ever seen such a thing?
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