Yeah...same with mine, except it came with the house I bought a year ago, so
I have no idea how old the piece of crap was. Mine also leaked internally
and almost ruined the cabinet underneat. Do yourself a favor and get a Moen.
There is a small reward for keeping the receipts and manuals for
everything you ever buy :o) A PIA almost not worth it, though. We have
a Price Pfister that started corroding where the aerator screws onto the
faucet, to the extent that the last threads on the neck came off. Got
on the net, gave them the scoop, got new neck and associated o ring.
Believe they charged for mailing, but don't recall.
I finally organized all my instruction manuals in a notebook with
transparent page protectors. Slip last page into the page protector and
it can be referenced without removing it from the book. Put the
warranty and receipts together in pocket inserts, so all stuff is in
same place, easy to find, and organized by type - large appliance, small
appliance, plumbing, phones, tv and stereo, etc. Got all the repair
tickets in same place. Very handy for resetting the time on the dang
cordless phone every time the power is off until we decided it deserved
to use the UPS.
Our experience with Price Pfister differs from yours. Bathroom sink
valve started dripping after about 2.5 years and went on their site
and got TWO mailings with parts but NO hint what to do with them.
First time response was a troubleshooting scheme but it wasn't clear
what to do with it (or to it!). Still dripping and NOT a happy
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