Rated 3 out of 5Â by 8
Rated 5 out of 5Â by SCgeek Works perfectly but there are two replaceable parts in system
My shower faucet was leaking so I replaced this valve body. It still leaked because the other bad part was the Pressure Balance unit (also sold by Homedepot - Model # M952100-0070A
Internet # 100423146). It is the plastic part inserted into the brass housing behind the valve.
The Pressure Balance unit is supposed to just pull out of the brass housing. In my case, it was very challenging to remove, requiring both drilling to make a gripable point and much brute force.
Once both parts were replaced, no more leak.
January 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lt328 Ideal Cartridge
My kitchen faucet was leaking I changed the Cartridge and seals and working perfect.
July 10, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Disgusted Easy to install, but faucet sill leaks.
It was easy enough to install the new cartridge, and the faucet appeared to work without leaking. However, as soon as I put the PUR water filtration unit on, it began to leak again. I will NOT buy another American Standard faucet.
August 4, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by JBH131 Purchase Something Other Than Am. Standard
I purchased an American Standard kitchen faucet in 2003 at Home Depot. In 2007 I had to replace the cartidge and again in 2011. These cartidges only last about 4 years and they are no longer available at a local store. When they start to leak - they just don't drip a little bit, but the water comes pouring out. A major design flaw. I will not purchase another Am. Standard plumbing fixture, given the poor quality of the design of the cartridge. If you do decide to purchase a cartridge, be sure to purchase 2 - one for now and the second to put in later.
Either a Delta or Moen seems better designed and give many more years of trouble free use, and the parts are readily available.
November 24, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5Â by ImaginPro Worked with some modifications
First, do yourself a favor and do not purchase the inexpensive shower faucet. The one I purchased leaked from the shower head right out of the box. Even the replacement cartridge leaked so I pulled it back apart and tightened the Phillips screws,took a file and took about 1/32 off the legs which fit against the inside water deflector and reinstalled and it didn't leak...finally. Please know this isn't a slam against Home Depot as they were very accommodation. I am however disappointed with American Standard and their lack of qc which allows a substandard product such as this to reach the consumer.
December 27, 2011