What brand is this three handle tub faucet?
It turned out to be a Price Pfister. The stems were marked Tawain though, so they were a worn out set of replacements.
And I forgot the middle dot on the handle for the picture. I was waiting to see which way the handle directed the flow before popping it in.
The tile guy had set the tile pretty tight, so it took a bit of chipping to make some room.
Terry, Terry, Terry! It looks like you rebuilt a Pfister Pfaucet and used compression stems? I NEVER do that. I rebuild them as a "lifetime" ceramic stem unit with new handles and escutcheons, (which the new stems require when replacing Windsor trim). Sometimes the stems need the extension accessory if the valve is deep in the wall, but yours was not.
Last edited by hj; 11-16-2012 at 07:27 AM.
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