20 Most Recent Price Pfister 01-31xa Shower Head, Tub Spout And Valve Questions & Answers

If there isa packing nut on theat valve then tighten it up a bit...if the valve stem is a cartridge type then you will need to contact Price Pfister and have them send you a new cartridge...they will do that if you tell them it is a new faucet and it was bad from the get go...


Price Pfister... | Answered on Dec 12, 2010

Replace the stem assembly (ceramic cartridge) with Price Pfister service part #910-030. Be sure to turn water on briefly to flush out any debris in the valve body before installing new part. NOTE: this valve does not like old galvanized plumbing.

Price Pfister... | Answered on May 29, 2010

If you are installing a wax (doughnut) seal to connect the toilet to the main drain, then the wax ring should be big. It should 'squish' to seal correctly. You may not need it, but I've known plumbers to install two of the seals at once for extra gap-filling. Just install the seal, sit on the toilet to compress the seal into place and then install the bolts to the floor. Done!

Price Pfister... | Answered on Oct 23, 2017

you need a new tank kit, pick one up at your local Menards

Price Pfister... | Answered on Nov 19, 2014

I don't know your exact model but most faucets screen filter can be screwed off for cleaning or replacement. Remove the screen filter with a pair of pliers and a rag. Once you get it loose, you should be able to unscrew with your fingers. Put the rag around filter before putting the pliers on it to prevent gouges and deep scratches in the chrome. IF you have a dishwasher, you can clean the screen filter on top basket of dishwasher if you have one. IF the screen filter looks bad to you, just replace it. Go to any hardware store ,take the screen filter with you and get help finding the right one. Once you have a replacement, hand screw it back on as tight as you can. IF it still leaks , use the rag and pliers to tighten it just enough to stop the leak in the screw parts. Good luck.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Sep 01, 2014

Bear with me, please. Adjust the temp at the physical valve?
Interesting at the least. Never seen or heard of that. They come up with something new everyday. I'm going to follow this for my own benefit. Thank you. And good luck. - Ned

Price Pfister... | Answered on Jul 23, 2014

remove cartridge blow out water lines be careful

Price Pfister... | Answered on Feb 27, 2013

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