Phister Roman Tub, Identify old tub valve. How to repair?

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Nicole Zeitler

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Hi All! I am trying to replace the valves and trim of an old drop in tub that I had sprayed white. My husband tried removing the valve and it broke! See picture...Can this be fixed? Can anyone help me identify the valve? My biggest problem is that there is no access panel to the drop in tub which in in the floor....thank you in advance for any suggestions.

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You can find some legacy Price Pfister (now called Pfister) on Ebay, but in all cases, like you already likely figured, access panel is going to have to be cut.
 
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