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 Broken bathtub faucet
Author: sailpe (FL)

I have a plastic fitting that has broken inside a bathtub faucet. The extension on the left is in good condition. The extension on the right is broken. They came out of the faucet assembly shown in the other photo. The faucet is probably 32 years old. I am trying to determine what manufacturer made the whole assembly. there are no markings I can find on the knob, etc. On the bottom of the extension there is printing "PE 385" and "10 533".

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Any hints or advice would be appreciated. thanks Tim

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 Re: Broken bathtub faucet
Author: Curly (CA)

It is made by Moen ....800-289-6636 or try their website. If I can find model number I will post it.

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 Re: Broken bathtub faucet
Author: hj (AZ)

The handles and stem broach imply Valley II faucets.

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 Re: Broken bathtub faucet
Author: Curly (CA)

HJ maybe right. I thought the Valley II handle style was more rounded and not such sharp angles as Moen......I could be wrong.

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