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Old 11-26-2019, 09:09 PM   #1
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Hey guys , this shower valve has a broken handle. Actually the plastic threads on the cartridge or receiver behind the handle are broken.

The new owners like the shower and would like it repaired.

This is installed in a multi-million dollar home built in the early 2000's ... I assume it's not cheap. I need to identify the manufacturer so I can order parts , but I do not see any markings other than the symbol on the handle. Can anyone identify this valve?

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Old 11-26-2019, 09:36 PM   #2
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It doesn't ring a bell. You might have to take out the cartridge and identify the mfg. that way.

I have an old book with lots of stems, cartridges and 1/4 turn cartridges {for 2-handle lav faucets} but with everything on line nowadays, you could probably identify that valve on line.
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I think Kohler, they used to use that goofy escutcheon that you rotated behind the screws to make it tighter.
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With splined nylon pieces like that it reminds me of moen stuff but I can't match to anything specific.






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It looks like the out of business Danfoss or a rebranding of the same type.
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