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Single Handle Bathroom Faucet Installed After 2009

This guide provides an overview of product features and related technologies.  In addition, it contains recommendations on best practices, tutorials for getting started, and troubleshooting information for common situations.

My handle has broken off my faucet

 The following instructions will explain how to operate your faucet without a handle being attached. If the faucet has been disassembled or in the process of being serviced, follow the guidelines below to see what is required in order to safely operate the faucet. If the faucet is leaking with the cartridge in the off position, you will need to turn the main water off to the faucet and discontinue use until the faucet can be serviced. Use the pictures below to identify your faucets cartridge type.

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Knob Style

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Make sure the cartridge nut is threaded onto the valve body.  Click here for photo.
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To turn the water on and off (using pliers):

  • Push back on the chrome adapter to turn the water on.
  • Pull the chrome adapter forward to turn the faucet off.

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To control the temperature (using pliers):

  • Rotate the chrome adapter clockwise for hot hot water
  • Rotate counterclockwise for cold water.

 

Lever Style

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Make sure the cartridge nut is threaded onto the valve body.  Click here for photo.
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To turn the water on and off (using pliers):

  • Push back on the stainless steel stem to turn the water on.
  • Pull the stem forward to turn the faucet off.

To control the temperature (using pliers):

  • Rotate the stem clockwise for hot hot water
  • Rotate counterclockwise for cold water.

 

 

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