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Internet #301158139

Model #RP90114

Hot Cartridge Assembly

  • Features ceramic disc valve for drip-free performance
  • Compatible with Glacier Bay Dorset and Builder faucets
  • Easy and convenient to install
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Assembled Depth (in.)
0.93 in
Assembled Height (in.)
1.93 in
Assembled Width (in.)
0.93 in
Product Depth (in.)
.925 in
Product Height (in.)
1.935 in
Product Width (in.)
.925 in


Bathroom Sink
Color/Finish Family
Fits Faucet Brand
Glacier Bay
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Pack Size
Plumbing Part Type

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers


Can this be used to replace cartridge #A507103N? I am looking to replace mine on a kitchen fauce...

Asked by Soccrgump March 9, 2021

HI this is similar but not exactly the same. I googled A507103N and got results in seconds and could of ordered from 1 to a box full, so you should not have any problem in finding them.

What is the Home Depot sku# for this part? I went there and ask them about this part and was told...

Asked by Ezgoing101 February 26, 2021

Hi the product page only says Internet #301158139 Model #RP90114 , the store sku number is missing, so you would need to have a store manager for the plumbing hardware department look it up, you may have to ask the pros desk or possibly call the corporate store in Atlanta GA. .

how to remove a hot water cartridge from deck mount faucet

Asked by sue January 23, 2021

in the center of the handle their is a screw under the plug in the center of the handle, then small vise grips for the large nut under the handle

Does HD sell the screw that goes into the top of the cartridge? Mine snapped

Asked by Me August 16, 2020

yes you can get a replacement screw. you can use the one from the cold water size if you have to match up to get a new one.

So what is so special about this valve that makes it for the hot water side only? Seems like a pl...

Asked by Aaron February 18, 2020

they are the exact same valve but turn in 2 different directions. so the hot is off when left and turns clock wise to turn on. the cold is off when right and turns counter clock wise to turn on.

What tool is needed to remove set screw on hot water handle so I can get to cartridge??

Asked by JohnnyD February 6, 2020

ok, so for mine, i used a flat head to pop up the plastic cap over the screw in the top center of the handle or knob, a Phillips head to remove the screw from the top of the handle, the handle or knob just pulls up and off. then a rigid robo grip wrench to remove the brass cap holder that is over the cartridge, it unscrews . and then the cartridge just pulled out.

How do I replace the seat and spring on bath sink

Asked by Gmt February 4, 2020

if the seat under the cartridge is bad you need to get a new faucet as it is integral to the unit.

How to remove a hot water cartridge held in place by a bonnet nut that won't budge? Obviously, on...

Asked by Eureka October 27, 2019

The entire faucet unit should remain bolted to your sink.....no need to remove it all to change just the cartridge. Being bolted to the sink keeps the unit secure, while attempting to unscrew only the bonnet nut. Definitely spray that bonnet nut with WD40 prior to attempting to remove it.

How am I supposed to remove the old cartridge when the bonnet nut that secures it to the faucet b...

Asked by Eureka July 29, 2019

On the product page their is a help number,for this product that is manufactured for home depot, here is the home depot contact help info for this product. This phone number is for home depot, how ever it is customer service / help for the product you purchased. For additional assistance with replacement parts see the Replacement Part List under Info & Guides or call 1-855-HD-GLACIER

How do you remove the bonnet nut? It's on super tight and there's no place to grab to get leverage.

Asked by Eureka July 28, 2019

i used a small pipe wrench so it would not slip on the nut.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 154 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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Wrong part! This was the only part offered for the hot cartridge. No part number or other choice....
Wrong part! This was the only part offered for the hot cartridge. No part number or other choice. Also no website or phone number offered for Glacier Bay.
by Woody
Had to replace a defective one that came in a...
Had to replace a defective one that came in a new drinking water faucet. Replacement works fine. Does not drip . Lost my receipt so I had to buy. So much for my warranty.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Not an exact fit for older GB faucets.
I installed a bath faucet some 10 years ago (?) and started looking for repair parts when it begin to have trouble (cold valve seeping and lime build up around handle for some time, when the hot valve begin to sound unusual when activated and it failed to shut off water flow when returned to the standard off position) I used google to search images of bath faucets and identified mine as a GlacerBay faucet. I downloaded a PDF manual where the faucet looks identical to my unit. The PDF says model numbers: 67091W-6A01. 67091W-6A02. 67091W-6A04. and 67091W-6A27D. The PDF identifies the hot and cold cartridges as RP20067 (hot) and RP20068 (cold). Searching for these parts on Home Depot comes up empty. I did find RP 90114 (hot) and RP 90113 (cold) and the pictures for the faucets that the parts fit have one that looks to be mine. Well when I installed the hot valve it became clear that the engineers have redesigned the cartridge and the handle bushing for the old valves does not work with the new valves without modification. See pictures. I down rated the product because of the inability to purchase the handle bushing to match the new valve profile. And I only recommended the product as it will do the job after you modify or find a suitable handle bushing that will replace the old bushing.
by Steve
Response from Pegasus FaucetFeb 17, 2021
Hello Steve. Many changes can take place over the years in the manufacturing process of faucets even when it is the same model and that includes changes in the cartridge as well. If you are looking for cartridges and are not sure which one you have, you can contact the Home Depot Customer Care Department at 1-855-434-5224 and they would be happy to assist you further. They can be reached Monday thru Friday from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM and Saturday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM EST.
1 person found this helpful
impossible to remove old one without destroying .new unit fits...
impossible to remove old one without destroying .new unit fits properly index is good dont over tighten holding nut just tighten until silicone end seal is compressed.no leaks so far.only give four stars due to all plastic construction.
by HomeDepotCustomer
It works ! I have a old faucet that has been on the bath room sink since I moved in 12+ years ago...
It works ! I have a old faucet that has been on the bath room sink since I moved in 12+ years ago, I had to take out the leaky old cartridge and find pictures of cartridges on line to match up a replacement. This one looked like a replacement that would work and it does, it works great with no leaks. The old one looks similar but not exactly the same how ever this one worked perfect as a replacement.
by JurassicParkStaff
4 people found this helpful
The part lacks the top collar that fits snugly within the Glacier Bay handle. The handle attaches...
The part lacks the top collar that fits snugly within the Glacier Bay handle. The handle attaches to this part with a small screw, and the part contains a node that allows the handle grip and turn the cartridge back and forth. On my faucet, not only was the cartridge leaking, but the collar was broken. Without it, it's not much use. It is a small piece of molded plastic that fits over the metal node of the cartridge; it could easily be included with the cartridge without adding to the expense. The cartridge works fine (I am temporarily using an old shower handle over the cartridge until the glue dries on my collar fix). When replacing the cartridge on my faucet, (I first closed the hot water valve) I removed the red silicone cap on the handle to expose the screw, which I loosened with a hex nut wrench in order to remove the handle. This exposed the cartridge assembly. The aforementioned collar is screwed onto the protruding metal rod of the cartridge. I removed this with a philips head screwdriver to expose the cartridge. On my sink there is a metal collar around the cartridge. This is easily removed with a set of adjustable pliers. Then I use the pliers to pull out the cartidge. Note how the cartridge was situated: this will help you figure out how the new one should be placed. There are two nodes around the circumference of the cartridge that help "lock" the part into the faucet. They are identical, so before you reassemble the whole outfit, test to see if the cartridge is facing the correct way by placing the handle on top of the cartridge (with the collar on) and twist it back and forth to see if it mirrors the action of the opposite faucet handle. If it doesn't, take the cartridge out again and rotate it 180 degrees.Then reassemble. Don't forget to put that metal collar on. Sounds convoluted, but this actually changes out very easily. If you have pliers, hex nut wrenches, and a philips head screwdriver at hand, you should be able to replace the cartridge in 15 minutes. Unless the collar is broken, and unless you were initially sent the wrong part (both things that happened to me), in which case it can take about 26 days and counting.
by Dave
4 people found this helpful
It is such a relief to have stopped the wasteful...
It is such a relief to have stopped the wasteful hot water drip without having to call a plumber! Everything about this was easy - except the RP70193 bonnet nut that holds the cartridge in place was really hard to remove. TIP: pour some CLR and WD-40 on the nut and cartridge and let it sit for 20 minutes and voila! Easy!
by LoveALatte
1 person found this helpful
Incorrect cartridge....
Incorrect cartridge.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Exact fit, works perfectly, good price....
Exact fit, works perfectly, good price.
by HomeDepotCustomer
it worked good with my older bathroom faucet
it worked good with my older bathroom faucet
by AndrewJ
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