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Thread: Old Am Std Tub/Shower Valve

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    Post Help me identify an old Am Std Tub/Shower Valve

    I need parts for an old Am. Std. t/s valve that nobody seems to be able to identify. I'm guessing it is 25 to 35 years old. It is a one piece unit (from top to bottom) it has 2 shower heads, a diverter, a temp and volume control lever, a handheld, another temp & volume control lever, and a tub spout. The handheld operates like handspray on a kitchen faucet, it has a trigger on the handspray. All are in a straight line from top to bottom, the whole unit is only about 6 to 8 inches wide and about 5 foot tall. It recesses in the wall, and has 2 acess panals. and the entire front of the unit is plastic. ( even the tub spout) Can anyone help me identify this valve!!
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    Delta made a unit like that, but I have never seen one by American Standard.

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    Clearly marked "American Standard" however there is no data tag inside service panels

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    My feeling is that it was made by someone else and rebranded as an American Standard. Without seeing the mechanism, it is difficult to tell if any A/S parts would work in it.

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