New answers tagged valve
I can't find anything in the IBC that prohibits exposed supply pipes in bathrooms. The only relevant sections I could locate were: 310.2 Location of fixtures and piping. Piping, fixtures or equipment shall not be located in such a manner as to interfere with the normal operation of windows, doors or other means of egress openings. ...and... ...
On the shelf at the renovation store of your choice you should find a variety of replacement parts for faucets. Some valves open clockwise- some open counterclockwise . Some early plumbing was the style of the United Kingdom / Britain where water came in Cold and Hot - and some plumbing is simply Hot and Cold. Thus there was a need to have replacement ...
Confirming from the fine manual it appears you're on the right track-- remove the set screw then pull. You may be able to use a faucet puller tool for slightly more leverage. If there is a buildup of mineral deposit or corrosion you may need to use a chemical to loosen the threads.
Top 50 recent answers are included