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    Default Help UFS Unidentified Faucet Stem

    Can any one tell me who makes this stem and were I can get one? I'm also looking for a Nibco Sillcock C763-I. Thanks in advanced for you assistance.
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    sorry for the image being so large, here' a new one.

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    been a long day.
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    Looks like you need to put it in a baggie, slip it in your pocket and go to your local ACE hardware or a major plumbing supplier.

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    Well, I'm only 62. I have seen a few things in my day, but I don't recognize this one. Maybe it was not popular in my area. hopefully on of the old timers will recognize it.

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    I'm not an old timer yet but I haven't seen it either.

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    It's not old, my house was built in 1994, but i'm guessing is was something cheap the builder found a good deal on.

    Thanks for your help.

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    It may be a cheap import thay you will never find a replacement for.

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    Default stem

    It appears to be a Universal Rundle #962WB, but it could also be obsolete so you would have to check with a faucet parts dealer in your area for availablility. The seat should be good, so you don't have to worry about that.

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    I think I found it, I'm guessing stem is not the correct word, it's actually a cartridge. The little plastic piece dose does not move in and out but turns to block and unblock the flow of water.

    The lenght is correct, and the drawing looks about right, should now it a few days.

    http://www.faucetstems.com/product_i...roducts_id=150

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