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  •  They're not online (1+ / 0-)
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    That's why I called the manufacturer (Part # 10337) in the first place.  The "salesman" I was passed to, didn't speak a lick of English.  He kept asking me how many I wanted to order!  They said they were going to mail them to me, but like I said, they're 20 min. from my house and it's been a week.

    •  okay, this might be really off-the-wall.... (1+ / 0-)
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      From that website, I looked at the catalog, under faucets, found the widespread lav faucets, and the specs said they use ROC or Price Pfister parts. So I googled Price Pfister and found a "Parts Explosion" diagram (PDF warning) for a widespread lav faucet (that looks remarkably like yours ;> )

      It looks like there's a retaining clip at the tee; but also it looks like the stem should come out of the top decorative rings (take the handle itself off of the base to see the stem and rings, should be a set-screw to release the handle?) -- anyway, maybe the diagram is close enough to yours to figure out how it comes apart?

      Good luck!

      If you call a chimp a president, how many presidents do we have? One: DICK.

      by rincewind on Sat Oct 27, 2007 at 08:08:58 PM PDT

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