20 Most Recent Price Pfister Ashfield Single Control Lavatory Faucet ... Questions & Answers


The valve body was installed too close to the front of the wall. Open up the wall and set it back per the instructions or live with it.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Dec 30, 2017


this is a common problem its normally the copper piping inside the walls are not secured to the beams well enough and it causes water hammer in the lines...
if its only just started doing it recently you may get away with cleaning out your taps or replacing them but alot of the time you cant do much about it as the pipes are concealled in the walls

Price Pfister... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015


set screws for most faucets (including price pfister) are hex key driven. If you have corrosion use a product like WD40 or Liquid Wrench penetrating oil to dissolve the corrosion and loosen the set screw normally. Sometimes there is a decorative plug disguising the access to the screw.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Aug 28, 2014


These have a lifetime warranty. Call Price Pfister for free parts.
Use your hand or a strap wrench to unscrew the handle assembly. The tower under the handle just screws to the stem down at the counter level.
Here is a link to the parts list.
http://pfisterparts.faucetdirect.com/mediaBase/specifications/pfister_gt49_yp1_part.pdf#page=1

Price Pfister... | Answered on Jul 04, 2014


Check that your shutoff valves are open.
Also, it often happens that debris gets dislodged and blocks the valve.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Jul 08, 2011


Hi,
I use clear silicone caulking all the time to install the drains in granite.
Often when there is a leak it is not at the top botom underneath at the rubber washer or the thread connection of the tailpiece..
It can be hard to tell the difference...
Also after using the silicone, make sure to leave it undisturbed for at least 12 hours to make sure it cures before placing any stress or strain on it...

heatman101

Price Pfister... | Answered on May 12, 2011


Sound like a diverter, just take the faucet back to where you bought it and get another one or another brand, take care and good luck.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Mar 04, 2011


I have the same problem with my Ashfield faucet.
I am going to contact Price Pfister and try to get a new 'cartridge'.

On another note, my Ashfield towel rings are also broken. The connection where the two pieces meet is so weak it cannot handle daily use. I am going to bring this up with Pfister as well.

It doesn't seem like Price Pfister has very good products.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Jan 05, 2011


replace the cartridge

Price Pfister... | Answered on Aug 09, 2010


before you take it apart ,I want you to check,the pullout handle first,because most of the time ,all that is wrong is that little1/2-5/8 in washer between the handle and the hose,It usually runs down the hose ,and might apear to be something else leaking under the sink.If your correct,and it is leaking where you said.Some of the newer faucet have a clip that just pushes together.So you need it fing the clip,and push it in.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Apr 13, 2010


you must replace the whole stem.you can get it at homedepot. first take the cover off over the stem. this should screw off or is held on with a allen key.then unscrew stem from valve body.make sure water is off to tub,just in case.

Price Pfister... | Answered on Jul 15, 2009


If you put on the cold and Nothing at all comes out, check the water supply valve to the tub. If it comes out alittle ...the washer probiblly came off and is stuck you will have to remove the valve ,but 1st check that the handle is not stripped ,and that is actually moving the valve to the open position Turn the handle and see if the handle backs out ,like its trying to open.
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Price Pfister... | Answered on Mar 21, 2009


How much pressure do you have?

Price Pfister... | Answered on Feb 27, 2009


This sounds like a proper with your water heater. If you just installed this new shower head. First take it off and make sure that the hot water valve is opening fully if that checks out then go to the water heater and make sure the pipes check out ok and also that the heater is ok. Try putting a water heater blanket on it. Also try getting some pipe cover and cover the hot water line so on really cold days or not you will have warmer water

Price Pfister... | Answered on Feb 13, 2009

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