Help to Identify Roman Tub Faucet Make & Model - 5 pictures

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Brent2022

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Hi everyone
My Roman Tub has developed a drip from one of the faucets. I can't find a make or model anywhere on/in/under it.
I've owned the house since 2005 and it was there 5-10 years before that as I knew the former owners.
Could someone help with identifying the manufacturer? How do I remove this cartridge (manufacturer special tool)?
If it helps, I counted the splines around the top: 22

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Ok I got the cartridge out - pic below. When I open/close the valve I can see the ceramic plates on the bottom open/close. Currently soaking them in CLR. Does this help identify things?

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Ok I got the cartridge out - pic below. When I open/close the valve I can see the ceramic plates on the bottom open/close. Currently soaking them in CLR. Does this help identify things?

There is an adapter on the cartridge . Be careful not to remove that as that is needed for the installation of the new cartidge . Yes its a " standard cartridge ". Meaning alot of suppliers uses the same cartridges . Ex : Kohler , Perrin and Rowe and others .
 
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