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I was trying to get the knob off so I could potentially increase the amount of hot water getting mixed and it seemed to be coming off nicely but then snapped. By nicely, I mean it was a steady process; the thing was rusted/stuck on so bad I'm not sure it would have been possible to get off without breaking it.

knob faceplate

I can turn the water on and off with pliers but that's not ideal obviously. Primarily I need some instruction on how to get this existing set up replaced with something new that has good hot water management. I see some screws but am not sure if I should do anything else without some guidance as to what it does (the ominous left only screw).

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Here's a link to the Installation, Operation & Service Instructions (PDF) that contain an exploded diagram of all the parts of your valve.

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If you scroll down you even get detailed instructions about servicing the valve, how to order parts, and troubleshooting for common problems (like not getting enough hot water).

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I don't think that's the right diagram? It's similar but not exact anyways. –  Enigma Mar 11 '13 at 20:06

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