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DANCO 3S-9H/C Stem for Delta/Glacier Bay


3S-9H/C Stem for Delta/Glacier Bay

$8.97 /each

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Product Overview

Repair your leaky faucet with the DANCO 3S-9H/C Hot/Cold Stem for Delta/Glacier Bay Faucets. Replacing a faucet stem is an economical alternative to replacing the entire faucet. A dripping faucet wastes both water and energy. The installation of a new faucet stem and seat will stop the drip and return your faucet to like new condition.

  • Durable plastic construction
  • Fits Delta, Glacier Bay and Luxtra faucets
  • For hot and cold water applications
  • Ceramic disc style stem; bonnet included
  • ID length 3, broach S
  • Complies with the reduction of lead in drinking water act




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Customer Questions & Answers

How do I get the water pressure I had before I put in 3S-9H/C?

I think I installed it correctly but there is very little water pressure...far less than I had before!
Asked by: Hep1941jake
Thank you for your inquiry. We apologize for the inconvenience you have experienced. There could be a number of reasons for what you are experiencing. Sometimes in the process of changing parts, mineral build-up breaks loose and either clogs the supply line or the aerator. Try removing the aerator and testing the water pressure first, since that's easiest. If that doesn't improve the issue, then remove the cartridge, seat, and spring from the faucet. Clean the inside of the faucet body thoroughly with a cleaner designed to remove mineral buildup. Once clean, gather a couple of small towels to place around the faucet body and turn the water on without the cartridge in place briefly to flush out anything that may be in the supply line. Once that is complete, reinstall the spring, wide end down, and the seat, over the narrow end of the spring. Make sure they are sitting nicely in the inlet port, without the rubber seat being crimped or bent, then reinstall the cartridge and test the water flow again. This should resolve the issue. If for some reason it does not, or you need further support, please feel free to contact us at 800-523-5135 for more assistance.
Answered by: DancoSupport
Date published: 2015-11-24

Danco 3S-9H/C Stem for Delta/Glacier Bay

Where exactly does the spring go?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hello Richard and thank you for your question. The spring on the DANCO 3S-9H/C Stem for Delta/Glacier Bay (Model # 9D00010405) goes into the body with the wide end first; then the rubber seat, and lastly the cartridge. Best wishes on your project.
Answered by: DesigningWoman
Date published: 2015-11-07

what handles fit this stem?

Asked by: Bee
Thank you for your interest in Danco products. For this handle, you could use either Danco #10304 or #10537, depending on whether you want knob or lever style handles.
Answered by: DancoSupport
Date published: 2016-08-24

Replaced whole stem but it still leaks, now what?

Faucet is still dripping after I replaced the entire stem including seal and spring. What should I try now?
Asked by: Chuck
From the information I have I assume this is a question about a faucet that uses the Danco 3S-9H/C cartridge, but from your question I don't know if it is a leak from around the valve body or the faucet just isn't sealing when closed and so there's always water running/dripping from the faucet. If it is out of the faucet as opposed to leaking around the valve body I'd first make sure that the valve body itself is clean and that there is no debris in the little "well" in the bottom of the valve body where the spring and seal that ride against the bottom plate on the cartridge sit. Be careful not to put any scratches on the sides of that "well", but check closely to make sure there are no little bits of the old seal or other debris stuck to the sides of that well. That could keep the new seal from, um, sealing. A bamboo shish kabob skewer works well for scraping away any debris without damaging the metal. Also check the cartridge itself for any debris or damage to the metal bottom plate that could interfere with the seal, though this isn't very likely. If everything looks good there then I'd also check that the rubber seal isn't damaged. The top surface of the seal should be quite smooth, and there should be a flare all around the lower side edge of the seal. If either of those parts of the seal appears damaged I'd try a different seal. Finally, make sure the seal and spring are inserted correctly (I'm sure you've already done this). The bigger end of the spring goes down into the valve body, and the seal is installed with the flared side down into the well, and the flat surface on top. If that doesn't do it there may be some damage to the valve body that is allowing water to leak past the seal, but that is unlikely. Depending on your water there could be some mineral buildup that's causing troubles though. Afraid I can't help you too much there, but a wipe down of the valve body interior using plain old vinegar won't hurt - wipe it down afterward with plain water though. If water is leaking out from around the valve body then the first thing is to determine whether it is a leak between the valve body and the cartridge, or between the cartridge and the cartridge's valve stem. If it is a leak from around the valve body then I'd check for any corrosion or debris on the side wall of the valve body around where the big O-ring seats against the valve body. The O-ring sits a little lower on the Danco cartridge than with the Delta cartridge so you may just have to wipe away a little surface "crud" to make it seal. Again, be careful not to scratch the valve body. If it is a leak between the cartridge body and the valve stem then I don't think there's much you can do except exchange the cartridge for a replacement. But I've never seen a leak here. If none of that helps I believe Home Depot also stocks the original Delta cartridge, you may want to give that a try. I've used both and while I have my preferences either should work, as far as not leaking anyway.
Answered by: DiySince1978
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

3S-9H/C Stem for Delta/Glacier Bay is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Danco replacement parts are the best, have been using them as a homeowner for almost 30 years. E... Danco replacement parts are the best, have been using them as a homeowner for almost 30 years. Easy to use.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Would not work for a Delta unit that requires only a quarter turn from shut off to full open. Would not work for a Delta unit that requires only a quarter turn from shut off to full open.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works good I was very satisfied with this product worked fine for my faucet
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked Product worked as expected to stop leaking in washerless faucet
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great. Works great.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good product I install this valve in order to fix a leak, and fits well, but it doesn stop the leak, so at the end I had to buy a complete system.
Date published: 2015-09-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Stem This should be used for sinks. We unfortunately discovered that the bath area had these installed instead of the stems designed for shower/bath areas.
Date published: 2015-03-10
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