I've a >10yr old American Standard single lever faucet for the
It's leaking, so I disassembled what I could to see what is there.
I'm down to a gray cartridge with the marking 1586 stamped on the side.
In the back it has a big 'mouth' hole (3/4") and two smaller 'eye'
holes (1/2"). Each has a rubber ring (with three ridges). One is
'stuck' under part of the cartridge assembly...looks like it was
misaligned when the unit was sealed
Two more holes for the escutcheon screws. (what the heck does
The lever in front is metal and is mounted in a white plastic assembly
that controls the mixing. The handle has the # 106-30-C-04 stamped
I presume cartridges are glued together and shouldn't be disassembled.
I didn't find anything while poking around
http://www.americanstandard-us.com /. All the current models seems to
have an anti-scalding piece. I must give A.S. a hats off for all the
great parts images, even though none help me.
Anyone know if there is a part that can replace this ? Either A.S. or
knock-off will do for me.