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Price Pfister Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet Repair Parts


The convenience of a handspray combined with a name you can trust are good reasons to keep these faucets in great working order, and you'll find all the parts you need right here. From replacement handles, cartridges, or a new hose, we've got it. Looking for more Price Pfister parts? Click here.

Price Pfister Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet Replacement Parts - 533 Series

Price Pfister pull-out faucet repair parts
Item # Part # Description Price & Quantity
1 940-977A Loop Handle - Chrome (replaced by #940-100A) $21.57
940-977S Loop Handle - Stainless Steel $39.64
2 941-533 Cap - Chrome Discontinued
3 931-900 Retainer Ring - Replaced by 941-7110 (brass) $6.19
4 974-505 Vacuum Breaker Cartridge
replaces 974-570 for faucets installed before 2005
$29.28
974-035 Replacement Cartridge
replaces 974-570 for faucets installed after 2005 AND before 2010
$16.73
974-074 Replacement Cartridge
replaces 974-570 for faucets installed after 2010
$9.57
5 951-045 Hose With Washer $62.29
6 920-202A Spray Head - Chrome $35.04
920-202W Spray Head - White $39.64
920-202S Spray Head - Stainless Steel $47.34
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Price Pfister Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet Replacement Parts - 538 Series

Price Pfister pull-out faucet repair parts
Item # Part # Description Price & Quantity
1 974-035 Vacuum Breaker $16.73
2 920-205A Spray head - Chrome $40.33
3 951-046 Hose with Washer - Black Discontinued
4 941-050A Button $3.88
5 931-900 Retainer Ring - Replaced by 941-7110 (brass) $6.19
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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. "How can I remove mineral deposits from my aerator?"
A. Remove the aerator by turning it counterclockwise. Soak it in vinegar overnight and flush it with water, rubbing it with a toothbrush if the deposits are stubborn.

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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