These faucet instructions
are good for most 2-handle acrylic handle, metal handle and lever-handle Glacier Bay
1.Shut off the stop valves under the sink and turn the faucet on
the check for pressure.
2.Remove the button or index screw cover cap from the top of the
handle. Some handles will have a setscrew cover below the lever.
3.Remove the handle screw with a Phillips screwdriver or the
setscrew with 3/32-inch (2.5mm) Allen wrench.
4.Lift the handle off the faucet’s stem by hand. If it is hard to
remove, gentle word it in a back and forth motion while pulling up. Be careful, you can easily break the
5.Remove the plastic inverter adaptor from the stem if your model
comes with them.
6.Unscrew the stem bonnet nut under the handle with a large flat
7.Lift off the plastic slip-washer.
8.Pull out the Glacier Bay faucet cartridge with a pair of
9.Clean the inside of the cartridge barrel with a clean cloth. If
there is any mineral buildup inside the barrel, clean it out a scour par and vinegar or CLR; clear out the
debris by turning the stop valve on just enough to wash it out , and clean with a rag
10.Insert the cartridge by lining up the guide on the side of the
with the guide notch on the top of the cartridge barrel. Push it in firmly by hand.
11.Set the slip-washer in place.
12.Screw on the bonnet nut by hand, and then tighten with a
13.Place the handle inverter in the stem.
14.Set the handles back on the faucet and check that they turn off
in the correct position.
15.Turn the water on check for leaks around the handles and
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