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Old 11-16-2015, 04:16 PM   #1
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Help identifying circa 1993 faucet on jacuzzi style tub


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I need help identifying some faucets that I have in my house which was built in 1993. I am remodeling the master bath part of which is replacing the faucets for the sinks as well as the jacuzzi style tub. On the tub however I don't have access to change the rough in valve, so I want to stay with the original brand so that all I need to change is the trim kit. Problem is I cannot seem to identify the brand of the existing faucets. I have attached a pic of tub faucet, any help with their identification would be great.
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sure looks like a delta....pull cartridge to be sure...
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Thx for the reply...

The problem is that I don't have a access panel to the cartridge. I am hoping to just replace the trim kit as everything functions fine, just want to update the look. the gooseneck doesn't have a set screw to remove it like some do...

Any additional help would be appreciated...
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The cartridge is under the handle trim.
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Any clue how to remove the gooseneck if there isn't a setscrew scenario?
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See if that big white thing by the bottom of the spout unscrews.

On the Gold trim aerator is there any printing..
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I didn't see any printing on the gold aerator. I'll give that a closer look and try the unscrewing when I get home tonight. I appreciate the help!
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for what it's worth here are a couple of pics with the handle removed showing the cartridge.
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See if that big white thing by the bottom of the spout unscrews.

On the Gold trim aerator is there any printing..
I was unable to unscrew the large white piece at the base of the gooseneck. This exposed a setscrew which I assume will allow me to remove and replace the gooseneck...
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for what it's worth here are a couple of pics with the handle removed showing the cartridge.
Are these pics enough to identify the brand or do I need to take them out?

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Looks like moen cartriges. My guess is you got a moen.

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Call them and see if they can suggest trim.
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Old 11-17-2015, 07:12 PM   #12
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you have a delta faucet....
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Old 11-18-2015, 05:07 PM   #13
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It's a delta. My bad.
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