Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 24
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by VahVah Hot water was easy, cold gave me trouble
The hot water cartridge was a breeze. Everything went as expected. I ran into trouble when I tried to install the cold water side. I was finally successful when I went on this site and read the other reviews.
To make the cold water handle work, you need to remove the c-clamp at the top of the cartridge (I used a dull letter opener for this). Then you need to flip over the little ring that pops off. Don't force it. If it's in the right position, it'll slide right on. Then replace the c-clamp and you're good to go.
This product really should have come with instructions. I was going out of my mind until I stumbled across these instructions on this site.
December 26, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Gary good for Hot water only
I'm replacing the Cold 910-900 cartridge on my 87180SS Savannah faucet. This cartridge works when setup for Hot, but when I flip the ring over to use it for Cold, it lets the lever go beyond the Stop point and the water starts dripping out. I have to back it off about 1/3 of the way to stop the drips. Looking at the bottom of the cartridge you can see that it turns beyond the point where the valve is closed, and when the lever is fully open, the valve is not. Everything lines up OK when used for Hot water, but it's misaligned by 1 tooth for Cold. Also, I haven't tried hammering it, but my lever handle doesn't seem to fit over these shaft splines.
June 11, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by OldPhart I got a $14 washer...
I bought these and like another reviewer when installed it would not shut the hot water off completely. So I removed the black o-ring from the bottom and installed it on the original P-F valve, and that fixed the drip. So I paid 14 bucks for a washer. The overall poor rating is for the lack of instructions on how to switch the operation from hot to cold.
June 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Steve Easy repair
The Danco 3H-10H/C was a easy repair but came with no directions. After installing the hot and cold side they both turned in the same direction. After doing some research I found out to make the cold side turn in the opposite directions you need to take the C clamp off at the top of the stem and pull off a slotted ring (under the C clamp). Turn the slotted ring over and put it back on . This allows the handle to be turned in the opposite direction. Fix my problem and no more water leak.
June 17, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ProAmateur Perfect Fit For Pfister
This unit fits perfectly in my Pfister bathroom sink....installation takes about 30 seconds....if you're having difficulty installing this item then you probably have the wrong unit.....this is an exact fit replacement and there should be no trouble installing it....download the pdf by Googling the part number (09330B) if you need to reverse the direction for the cold side...it's straight forward.
March 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Doityourself Replaces Price Pfister 910-900
This is a direct replament for OEM part 910-900.
Easy to install, bought two replaced both hot and cold.
Out of the box mine was ready to go for the hot water, removed the retaking ring and flipped for the cold water.
March 22, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by jddj reuse old stop ring to fix
As others have said, flipping the stop ring to use for a cold stem makes the stem unusable: not fully open when on, leaky when off.
The new stem's stop ring bosses are too big (the stop bosses are too wide, in an angular sense).
I was able to use the stop ring from the old stem to make the stem work much better in this application. A little work with a file may help further, but...sheesh!
Maybe a bad batch of stems out there?
August 25, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by psguy Total lack of directions -- not right- or left-specific
This item has no directions whatsoever, either on or in the package. The manufacturer's web site lists the item, but that listing, too, has no directions. The item is marked left and right, whereas most are either left-specific or right-specific. The default appears to be left, but there are no directions re: how to adapt it to a right-side faucet.
Lastly, reviews on other sites, besides rendering similar observations, cite this product as being of poor quality and failing not long after purchase. Mine has not failed, but it has only been installed a few weeks. Regrettably, Home Depot offers no alternative.
February 14, 2012