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I need find matching part for this tub/shower valve, the diameter is 1-3/4 inch, who can tell me what missing part brand name and model? thanks.
 

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identification

Use a small dental mirror with a flashlight and try to find a number or manufacturer's name some where on the piece.
 

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I see something

I use mirror to see under the valve is "ASSE, TYPE P, 1006" what it mean?
 

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Don't know

I use mirror to see under the valve is "ASSE, TYPE P, 1006" what it mean?

I don't know someone else has to take the thread from here.

Maybe you can look up numbers on the net, or take them to a supply house or wait to see if some one on DIY knows what they are.
 

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the #s you need should be printed on the top of the valve in ink, not stamped or embossed. example: 78655 and time stamp: May 09, 2008
look over the rest of the valve.

DM
 

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I can't find on back

I dig a hole on back wall of the valve, see nothing, anyone's experience can tell me what brans name it is, so I don't have to try every brand name to see if it fit.
 

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It looks like a Delta, one of the Scauldguard series. If you have the internals from the shower valve take them to Home Depot or Lowes and match them to the replacement cartriges in the faucet repair section
 

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the #s you need should be printed on the top of the valve in ink, not stamped or embossed. example: 78655 and time stamp: May 09, 2008
look over the rest of the valve.

DM
Were talking semantics here so cool it mouse.

Any direction just to find numbers, stamped, embossed, printed, glued, upside down, vertical, horizontal, diagonal, printed, written, painted, inked, scratched, sandblasted, chiseled.
I know you can't help it, it comes from some of the people you hang with.
 

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It looks alot like a Premier valve. Hard to identify which without seeing the hardware, but go to this site and see if you can match it up with what you have:
http://www.premierfaucet.com/PDFs/120615Parts.pdf

This is an old one I have that is similar, but as you can tell, not exactly the same, possibly a newer model.
 

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what size it is

the valve or cartridge diameter is 1-3/4 inch, is Premier same? Delta is 2 inch.
 

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do you have the trim?? If yes - did you see any brand identification on the handle or trim plates?? Can you take pics of the trim and post them?? There are soooooo many look alike imports that it is so hard to guess brands without actually seeing a brand name.

If you don't have the trim - It would cost you more in time and materials to buy the trim and the valve - why not just change the shower body??

good luck!!
 

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I don't have a trim

sorry no trim, I don't want to tear down whole wall to install a new set, so anybody see this valve before or any advice, very apraiciate. it maybe 1 9/16" inside.
 
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