MAINTENANCE & CARE
24 FLUSHING & AERATOR CLEANING
To prevent damage to the internal parts of your faucet from debris that may
have collected in the water lines, please follow these steps:
1. Turn on water supply valves.
2. After connections have been made, remove Aerator (24A) and turn Handles
to the full "ON" position.
3. Check for leaks, retighten where necessary, and let lines fl ush for one minute
without moving faucet handles. This will remove debris from lines which
can damage internal parts of faucet and cause leaks.
4. After fl ushing, turn off handles and replace Aerator (24A).
To clean aerator, lift out Washer (24B) and Insert (24C) from Aerator Head
(24A). Rinse parts and replace.
25 VALVE CARTRIDGE MAINTENANCE
Turn off water supplies and relieve pressure before working on your faucet
(see step 2). Remove Handles (25A) (see step 16), Valve Adapter (25B)
(see step 13), unscrew Cartridge Assembly (25C) and inspect. Replace parts
26 HOSE CONNECTION MAINTENANCE
To detach Hose Assembly (26A), remove Clips (26B) from End Valve (26C)
and unscrew Locknut (26D) from Valve Stem (26E). Pull the Center Connector
(26F) and End Connectors (
26F) and End Connectors (
Inspect parts and replace as necessary.
Replacement parts may be available at the store where you
purchased your faucet.
When replacement parts are not available, please write or
call Price Pfi ster Consumer Service.
Always turn off water and relieve pressure before
working on your faucet.
NOTE: Trim Care
For all handles and decorative fi nishes, use only a soft damp
cloth to clean and shine. Use of polish, detergents, abrasive
cleaners, organic solvents, or acid may cause damage. Use of
other than a soft damp cloth will nullify our warranty!
Trim products which contain porcelain or other similar
substances are not acceptable for public areas or commercial
use. Installation of said trim is at user's risk!
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26E). Pull the Center Connector
26G) down until Hose Assembly (26A) is free.