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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful.
Don't forget to adjust the stop
[[VIDEOID:mo24644YORBXON0]]If you originally purchased your fixture price pfister will replace this for you free - delivery took about a week.
Liked this project - all I needed to replace the old leaky cartridge was a 3/32" hex wrench (to get the handle off) and a standard sized (#2) philips screwdriver.
Just: 1. shut off water, 2. remove the handle with a hex. 3. remove any other trim in the way - like a colored metal tube which holds the wall plate, and the wall plate itself 4. unscrew the 4 screws holding the old one, 5. note the position of the old one! (ridges usually point down if it's piped correctly - (if you install it upside down, your water will be cold- no biggie - just reinstall it the other way) pull out the old one and wipe down the insides. 6. Adjust the outside black 'stop ring' as shown in the attached video per your heat preferences - I like hot showers so set it to the max. 7. Place it in screw it back together by reversing the steps and you're all done. :)
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
No Need to Purchase - Free from Manufacturer
By A Mom
Completely unnecessary to purchase. These valves have a lifetime warranty. All you need to do is call Pfister and they will mail you one for free.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful. See all 211 customer reviews...
Finally! Model # 28000-0100 (unless the 2 is a Z)
Since I bought my house a couple of years ago, my guest bath has been a regular menace in one way or another. This time the valve cartridge needed to be replaced. My shower/tub faucet leaked hours after being turned off. It took real strength just to turn it off. I had difficulty finding the replacement part. Maybe because I couldn't tell if it was a 2 or a Z on the model # but this was the exact part. Now my faucet is easy to turn and doesn't drip, drip, drip.