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Old 03-24-2007, 10:37 AM   #1
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Annoying small drip???


I have an early sixties tri-level with original Kohler fixtures in the bathrooms. I have been band-aiding things together but nearly every bathroom in the house has a very small drip. I haven replaced all of the stems but some. And when I pull one of the old ones I wire brush it off before reinstall. Any ideas? Should I just break down and replace all of the stems?

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Are you replacing the seats and washers in these valves?

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