|Posted by hj on January 01, 2004 at 23:30:27:|
|In response to Re: converting double handed wall-mounted faucet|
They are shutoff for that faucet, but they will not help you when making a conversion since they will be removed with the faucet. And your new faucet will have to have its own builtin stops the same way. You can only replace the faucet by shutting off your whole area.
: I putting in a new jetted tub in my bathroom. I would like to convert the double handed faucet to a single handed faucet. I live in a condominium and there is not a seperate cut-off valve for each unit. I can get the water turned off to the intire building, but if there is another way, I would like to know. I do not see a shut-off valve in the supply line before going to the faucet...however, there are two small round fittings under each handle with a slotted screw..I try turning it and cannot get it to move. Are these cut-off valves? Or just another part of the faucet and will not move?
: Thanks for any help!
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