Parisa Series Kitchen Faucet Replacement Parts

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Parisa single handle kitchen faucet

The clean, simple lines of the Parisa Kitchen Faucet give it a timeless style that will blend with any kitchen, so repairing it rather than replacing it is a good idea, plus it will save you time and money by not having to find a new faucet. Keep your faucet working smoothly with these and many other parts for Price Pfister.

Price Pfister Kitchen Faucet Repair Parts - Parisa 39 Series

Faucet Repair Parts for Parisa 39 Series

Item # Part # Description Price & Quantity
1 940-007A Lever Handle - Chrome Discontinued
940-007S Lever Handle - Stainless Steel Discontinued
2 971-975 Handle Set Screw - Replaced by 971-130 $4.90 Enter a quantity and
3 941-036A Index Button - Chrome $1.99
941-036S Index Button - Stainless Steel $5.85
941-036W Index Button - White $1.65 Enter a quantity and
4 941-024A Dome Cap - Chrome Discontinued
5 920-039 Spout Discontinued
6 941-280S Aerator - Stainless Steel Discontinued
7 931-900 Retainer Nut - Replaced by 941-7110 (brass) $15.73 Enter a quantity and
8 974-570 Cartridge (replaced by 974-035) $24.29 Enter a quantity and
9 950-100 Valve Gasket - Black Discontinued
10 950-910 Quad O-rings (2) - 1-13/16" o.d. $6.17 Enter a quantity and
11 950-390 Check Valve Discontinued
12 951-050 Spray Diverter $9.68 Enter a quantity and
13 961-005S Base - Stainless Steel $7.22 Enter a quantity and
14 949-034 Split Ring $3.53 Enter a quantity and
15 961-006 Deck Escutcheon Discontinued
16 931-003 Escutcheon Mounting Nut Discontinued
17 951-550 Cone Washer Discontinued
18 950-580 Friction Ring $0.89 Enter a quantity and
19 931-620 Supply Nut - Brass - 1/2" ips slip joint threads $3.24 Enter a quantity and
20 962-003 Mounting Hardware $14.53 Enter a quantity and

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "How do you remove the cartridge on the single handle control faucet?"
A. First, make sure your hot and cold water supplies are turned off. Take the handle off by unscrewing the set screw and pulling the handle straight up. Once the handle is removed you will need to remove the cap (also known as a bonnet nut) by unscrewing it counter clockwise. The cap can be very tight and difficult to unscrew and the use of a strap wrench can help you remove it without scratching or marring the finish. Now unscrew the plastic retainer nut. A 1-9/32" socket (available in the 5 Piece Socket Wrench Set) can be very helpful in removing the #931-900 retainer nut. After the retainer nut is removed, the cartridge can be pulled straight out. Once the cartridge is removed it is best to flush the lines before inserting the new cartridge.

Q. "What tools should I have before I begin installing my faucet?"
A. Some common tools are: basin wrench, adjustable wrench, faucet grease, PTFE tape, and flashlight.

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