Quote: Originally Posted by SHR Then remove and replace entire old stem and seat. That is some great advice. I was thinking about replacing the entire stem the whole time I was working on the old one. I should have done it from the start. Working on it did more harm than good. Now it doesn't turn smoothly, but it doesn't leak either. That will get me through to Monday when I can get to the local plumbing supply. Thanks.
Yep. You have to remove enough of the tile to get a faucet stem wrench on your stem. Then remove and replace entire old stem and seat.
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