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Replace the pressure balance unit.

Plumbing | Answered on Apr 27, 2019

Take it loose from the faucet and flip the lever down on the filter in the on position. Take the cap off and remove the filter. Blow hard through it. You should hear a whirling noise of a gear, like a windmill. If not, I use a water dental pic to pulsate into it and clean it out. This is what makes the light work and when flow goes down, the light changes color. It's all mechanical. No battery. Just free up the gear so it turns freely to work the light. If standing in front of a mirror, you can actually see the light come on. PUR doesn't tell you this because they want you to purchase another one.

Buck Plumbing | Answered on Apr 27, 2019

I assume you are referring to the Hangrohe.
It appears there are detents that hold the handle so push ON and pull OFF. Firm grip and pull should remove the handle. Although, if yours has leaked for weeks/months, corrosion/deposits under handle may make it difficult. If coldle hand doesn't budge, try removing the hot as it has not been leaking and may pop off with less effort. Then go after the other. Note; you may as well replace both cartridges.


Plumbing | Answered on Apr 22, 2019

I assume you mean the separate H/C valve body as opposed to single handle(bath/shower).

There is one O ring just below threads of body.

Kohler Plumbing | Answered on Apr 22, 2019

perhaps at an rv repair shop ,never been to FLORIDA so do not know any business names to pass along

Plumbing | Answered on Apr 17, 2019

I think this is what you want. Though they are out of stock right now.

Plumbing | Answered on Apr 16, 2019

Pump turning slow because of a bad bearing, stuck starter switch, bad shaft seal, or bad motor winding will cause loss of flow.
ANY leak in the suction including the shaft seal will cause flow loss.
Plugged impeller will cause loss of flow.
Plugged discharge (inside the case) will cause loss of flow.

Good luck

Plumbing | Answered on Apr 08, 2019

Please provide the faucet model number and possibly more detail e.g. removed handle but can't extract cartridge.

FYI, visit Eurostream and you can enter the model number for your faucet. There are installation guides, illustrations, part lists, etc.

Plumbing | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

Try this link.

Sterling... | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

sad to say but when a person can not see things they can not diagnose them

Plumbing | Answered on Apr 04, 2019

GB drawing is worse than useless as it does not match pictures is see of the actual faucet.
Likely there's a set screw behind the plug (index? part 1). Remove the set screw then raise the faucet handle and likely it will come off exposing the cartridge underneath. Not sure what holds the cartridge in place. If you can upload a close up picture of the faucet, I might be able to help you through the replacement.

Plumbing | Answered on Apr 04, 2019

Screw off end at gooseneck (aerator). Inside aerator are two pieces. 1st= flow restrictor, 2nd= strainer. Remove the O ring too free up the two piece. Remove the first piece (that's the one you will be looking at the screwed off end) the other piece form the water to flow in a straight stream.

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