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DANCO 9C-7C Cold Stem for KOHLER Faucets
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DANCO

9C-7C Cold Stem for KOHLER Faucets

$19.97 /each

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Repair your leaky faucet with the Danco 9C-7C Cold Stem for Kohler 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 brass construction
  • Fits Kohler bath faucets models K10606,K10612, K10616, K10620
  • Includes faucet seat
  • ID length 9, broach C
  • Complies with the reduction of lead in drinking water act

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Can i use this stem for the hot water?

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April 20, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in Danco products. For the hot side, use the 9c-7h stem (http://www.homedepot.com/p/DANCO-9C-7H-Hot-Stem-for-KOHLER-Faucets-15809B/100534695?keyword=9c-7h)
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April 16, 2016
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This is for cold water use.
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Ok we got that part it's exactly the same as the old one except for the little round piece and don't see a place for it.

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So would that Cause it to still leak.?
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April 20, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. The little round piece is the faucet seat. It goes into the faucet first (unscrew the old one using a seat wrench) and gives the rubber on the end of the stem a smooth, clean surface to seal against. If it wasn't changed when the stem was, that could explain why you have a leak.
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