How do you unscrew a shower cartridge?
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So it starts with a little clip right here on a pry that clip. Up like an easy good don't lose it in the wall that wouldn't be good. The challenge is to get this cartridge out and the cartridge.
How do you remove Gerber shower trim?
- Pull out the rubber button located on the bottom of the faucet handle (part #1).
- Use a hex wrench (part #2) to unscrew counter-clockwise to loosen the set screw (part #3). The hex wrench is 2.5 mm head or 1/8″.
- Then pull out the main handle (part #4). If still hard to be pulled away, loosen the set screw again.
How do you remove shower sleeves?
Using a flat-blade screwdriver, gently pry the plug button from the front of the valve trim. Using a Phillips screwdriver, unthread the screw and remove the handle and adaptor from the valve stem. If applicable, rotate the cover counterclockwise to remove. Slide the sleeve off the valve.
How do you remove a Gerber bathtub faucet?
Take off the Gerber faucet’s handle by finding the small set screw that secures this handle to the base of the faucet. The screw is located on top of most round Gerber faucets underneath a plastic cap. Take off the cap and unscrew the screw with an Allen wrench or screwdriver depending on the type of screw head.
Can you change a shower cartridge with the water on?
You can replace the shower cartridge without turning off water to the entire house. This will however only be possible if there are cold and hot water shut off valves on the shower valve. If the valve has no shut off valves you will need to turn off the entire house’s water supply.