The repair of a leaking Price Pfister faucet begins by shutting off the main water line. Insert a drain stopper to prevent smaller parts from falling off. Remove the faucet handle, and loosen the collar near the faucet base. Remove the entire faucet and check the O-ring...
Old Price Pfister faucet parts or "will fit" parts that may or may not be made by the original manufacturer but will function and fit as intended are readily available from the manufacturer's website, PfisterFaucets.com, or from plumbing supply websites such as Plumbing...
To remove the handle on a Price Pfister faucet, you need a flat bladed screwdriver, a hex wrench and a towel. Turn off the water supply, close the stopper in the drain, find if the screw is located in the body of the faucet or on the underside of the faucet, remove the ...
Common problems with Pfister faucets according to customer reviews on the Home Depot website include low water pressure, leaks, broken components and malfunctioning of the faucet. Customers also complain that the shiny finish shown on the website did not match the actua...
Pfister offers one-handle faucets for both the kitchen and the bathroom, such as the Brea Bath Faucet and the Lita Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, as of 2015. Both of these faucets are available in multiple finishes and are configured for use with one- or three-holed sinks.
Pfister’s website offers detailed repair information for its bathroom faucets. A troubleshooting guide offers quick repair instructions, and the customer service pages provide more resources to help with installation and repair.
To replace a Pfister cartridge, start by turning off the water supply and opening the faucet to drain out any remaining water. Remove the handle, valve adapter and cartridge. Slot in the new cartridge, and tighten it with pliers.