Need to locate valve stems for these faucets

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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 valve stem unscrews as most of them do?
Any help would be appreciated.
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It looks like you're providing pictures of two separate fixtures? A sink faucet and a bidet. If you include a photo with the spout included it may help make identification easier.

PS. Those hoses underneath look like a nightmare. I wouldn't suggest removing the entire valve body unless you plan to replace them with something new.
 

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I agree. I did upload the bidet faucets as well as they all match the one with the issue.
Anyway, I have attached better pictures as suggested.
Thanks for trying to help me.

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It looks like you're providing pictures of two separate fixtures? A sink faucet and a bidet. If you include a photo with the spout included it may help make identification easier.

PS. Those hoses underneath look like a nightmare. I wouldn't suggest removing the entire valve body unless you plan to replace them with something new.
I would prefer to just replace the least possible, just to stop the leaking.

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I agree. I did upload the bidet faucets as well as they all match the one with the issue.
Anyway, I have attached better pictures as suggested.
Thanks for trying to help me.


If you could remove that cartidge and the white plastic piece and than take a picture it would help .

For the replacement hoses there is a place that can custom make you the hose but you have to take the hoses or hose with you . It's called techno brass.
 

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You can try some cartridges that might work but you have to re- use the old plastic part onto the new cartridges .

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