bathroom faucet

  1. Amore

    Need to locate valve stems for these faucets

    I believe that these faucets are from pre-1994 era and I need to replace the valve stem. So far, I'm leaning towards Pfister, but not sure... Also, when looking at the underside of the counter, I see that the valve body is very large and I'm wondering if I need to replace everything or if the...
  2. Terry Jackson

    Kohler, Identify Manufacturer

    I have a bathroom faucet installed in 1992 that has started leaking from the cold side. I have looked all over the faucet and cannot find any indication of the manufacturer. I have had it apart, and the cartridge is metal, with two ceramic (maybe?) white parts inside that actually turn to allow...
  3. Brad696969

    One hole sink faucet with chrome plated copper risers

    I really appreciate guidance here. I have a vintage wall mounted sink, really nice. It has a single hole and I'm going to have exposed plumbing and water supply lines showing. I'm looking at single hole faucets and can't find any where i can run hard chrome plated copper risers from the valve...
  4. CalebRobertsonUSA

    HOW TO FIX??

    Hey guys and girls, I’m new to plumbing and I have a bathroom I am remodeling. I have a basic understanding/knowledge about plumbing, but far from an expert. How would you fix this dated plumbing mess? If you could attach links to parts that would be appreciated. Thanks in advance. Trying to...
  5. Olip1605

    Not able to remove bathroom faucet and taps

    We’re replacing the fittings in a house we just purchased and I cannot figure out how this one comes apart. All the others have been straight forward. There is a horizontal bar between the tap inlets under the sink and can see no way of removing this which I assume needs to go before I can take...
  6. bobbie12345

    How do I remove this piece from an old Moen faucet? There are no visible set screws.

    HELP! How do I remove this piece from an old Moen faucet? There are no visible set screws.
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