Here are a few links:
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Here are a few links:
Their web site might help:
Before you screwed the stem in, did you make sure the valve was open?
Did you replace the seats too?
You may have to take it back out. Clean it up...
This one looks a lot like the one you have.
The Chicago link shows there are different handle/trim choices but all have the same internal components.
After you remove the handle on the right then it looks like there are 4 screws to remove to...
Price Pfister Pressure Balanced Two-Handle Tub & Shower System - Series 2
The link want show when I try to post it.
Here is another link:
Unscrew the chrome part and then you should be able to pull it out.
I think it is a Delta, it looks a lot like this:
How and where is the plumbing vented. Does it go out the roof etc. or does it have an AAV?
You may need to change your drain for one that will fit better. One with a smaller profile may work better with the existing pipe. I think yours is a type of bell trap so here are some links to...
Here is what Terry is talking about
A Brass Hose Cap with a Washer just screws on the end of the spigot. It is easy to do and you do not have to worry about breaking anything.
I would find out who permitted the well. If the well falls under the guide lines of a public water supply you would contact one of the state offices. There will be plans of what was proposed or if...
The flapper looks to small to me too.
In the link I provided above, look at post #9 and see if those drawings help. They may be more what you need to do. Placement of the vent is important, putting it before the p-trap does nothing. ...
Your picture shows two drains so you need two p-traps.
B) p-trap under counter at each sink.
See if this link helps:
Rotating the disposer will shorten the pipe and you will be able to...
You may be right. It looked like it might work from the other photo, but not so much now.
Have you tried to loosen the slip joint in the section that goes up to the overflow yet? This may allow the cast brass tee to be lowered enough to cover the small pipe sticking out of the floor.
There should be a rubber washer. Make sure the female brass hose connection part is not cross threaded. The plastic male hose part should bottom out against the rubber gasket to get a proper seal.
Is there a rubber washer in there?
I would just do two frost proof hose bibbs, a hot and a cold. You could put a “Y” on the cold spigot to go to the water hose and to the shower. I would connect the shower with hose connections and...
As Jim said above, you need a brass “bathroom sink pop up drain assembly” and get rid of the existing black plastic ones you have. The metal pop up drain assembly takes up less space. It is hard to...
You should be able to unscrew the part sticking out the wall.
You could try just turning up the temperature on the hot water heater. I would add a mixing valve if you have small children etc in the home that may burn themselves.
There is a slip joint in the section that goes up to the overflow. You might be able to loosen the slip joint nut so you can lower the pipe over the part that is in the concrete. Replace any...