Skip to main content
Your Premier Online Plumbing Supplier Since 1995


Single-Handled Bathroom Faucet Parts

for Valley Faucets
- genuine Valley brand parts -

PlumbingSupply.com® is your source for genuine Valley repair parts. Why replace when you may be able to repair your quality Valley faucet?

Classic Centerset Single Handle Lavatory Faucet Parts

some parts listed below may fit the following faucet models
A734/735, A830/805, CL825, CL830/805, L734/736, L830/805, NA734/736, NA830/805, NC734/736, NC830/805, NL734/736, NL830/805, NV734, NV830, Y18301, Y18302, Y18309
Old StyleValley single handle lavatory faucet parts diagram - old style
New Style
Valley single handle lavatory faucet parts diagram - new style

Item Description Price & Quantity
1 V6679 - Acrylic Teardrop Handle (old style) $19.18
2 V1165 - Metal Lever Handle (old style) - Chrome - stamped hot/cold at end of handle $18.91
3 V5002 - Acrylic Teardrop Handle (new style) $11.82
4 V6970 - Plug Button - Chrome $3.67
5 V7810 - Handle Adapter Screw $1.02
6 V5001 - Acrylic Knob Handle $15.99
7 VP1905 - Metal Lever Handle (new style) - Chrome - includes adapter and screw $34.18
VP19054 - Metal Lever Handle (new style) - Polished Brass - Replaced by VP19058 - includes adapter and screw Discontinued
VP19056 - Metal Lever Handle (new style) - Antique Brass - includes adapter and screw $59.50
7a VP1989 - Short Lever Handle - Chrome $21.00
VP19894 - Short Lever Handle - Polished Brass - Replaced by VP19898 $29.37
VP1988 - Long Lever Handle - Chrome $10.97
8 VP1780 - Handle Adapter Screw $1.66
9 VP1963 - Handle Adapter $2.40
10 V6633 - Bonnet Assembly - Chrome - Replaced by V8228 $14.11
V82284 - Bonnet Assembly - Polished Brass - Replaced by V82288 $26.16
11 VP1713 - Bonnet Lock Ring $2.77
12 VP1712 - Bonnet Nut - Chrome $14.53
VP17124 - Bonnet Nut - Polished Brass - Replaced by VP17128 $20.38
VP171219 - Bonnet Nut - Almond $8.70
Item Description Price & Quantity
13 V6680 genuine - Old Style Cartridge $19.10
V6680 "will fit" - Old Style Cartridge $13.97
14 V7059 - Seals & Springs Repair Kit $4.37
V7059 - "Will-fit" Seals & Springs Repair Kit $3.57
15 V1001 - Repair Kit (includes tool) $10.94
16 VP1964 - New Style Cartridge $16.63
17 VP1952 - Port Seal Ring $2.07
18 V6641 - Mounting Set - replaced by "will fit" $8.10
19 LV3101 - "Will Fit" Aerator - Chrome $5.58
LV31014 - "Will Fit" Aerator - Pol Brass $6.04
20 V3352 - Gasket $3.83
21 V3351 - Undercover Plate Discontinued
22 V3321 - Undercover Plate Screws Discontinued
23 V6643 - IPS Mounting Parts Bag Discontinued
24 V6805 - Lift Rod - Chrome $7.46
V68054 - Lift Rod - Polished Brass - Replaced by V68058 Discontinued
25 V2007 - Metal Loop Handle - Chrome $32.18
-- V7300 - Pop-up Assembly $19.38
LV7300 - "Will Fit" Pop-up Assembly $16.01
find individual repair parts for pop-up drain assembly
-- V7719 - Set Screw for Lever Handle $1.35
Stem & O-Ring Lubricant (1/4 oz.) $2.52

Please note: Due to state mandated low-flow regulations, these aerators cannot be shipped to California.
Please carefully compare available pictures and diagrams with your faucet to be sure you are ordering the correct Valley part. The parts that we show are what we ship. We do charge a restocking fee if you order the wrong Valley parts.

- OR - View Cart

Single Handle Single Hole Mounted Lavatory Faucet Parts

some parts listed below may fit the following faucet models
A521/511/501, A551/541/531, L521/511/501, L551/541/531, NA5214/5014, NA5514, NC5214/5014, NC5514, NL5214/5014, NL5514
Old StyleValley single hole lavatory faucet parts diagram - old style
New Style
Valley single hole lavatory faucet parts diagram - new style

Item Description Price & Quantity
1 V6679 - Acrylic Teardrop Handle (old style) $19.18
2 V1165 - Metal Lever Handle (old style) - Chrome - stamped hot/cold at end of handle $18.91
3 V5002 - Acrylic Teardrop Handle (new style) $11.82
4 V6970 - Plug Button - Chrome $3.67
5 V7810 - Handle Adapter Screw $1.02
6 V5001 - Acrylic Knob Handle $15.99
7 VP1905 - Metal Lever Handle (new style) - Chrome - includes adapter and screw $34.18
VP19054 - Metal Lever Handle (new style) - Polished Brass - Replaced by VP19058 - includes adapter and screw Discontinued
VP19056 - Metal Lever Handle (new style) - Antique Brass - includes adapter and screw $59.50
7a VP1989 - Short Lever Handle - Chrome $21.00
VP19894 - Short Lever Handle - Polished Brass - Replaced by VP19898 $29.37
VP1988 - Long Lever Handle - Chrome $10.97
8 VP1780 - Handle Adapter Screw $1.66
9 VP1963 - Handle Adapter $2.40
10 V6633 - Bonnet Assembly - Chrome - Replaced by V8228 $14.11
V82284 - Bonnet Assembly - Polished Brass - Replaced by V82288 $26.16
11 VP1713 - Bonnet Lock Ring $2.77
12 VP1712 - Bonnet Nut - Chrome $14.53
VP17124 - Bonnet Nut - Polished Brass - Replaced by VP17128 $20.38
VP171219 - Bonnet Nut - Almond $8.70
13 V6680 genuine - Old Style Cartridge $19.10
V6680 "will fit" - Old Style Cartridge $13.97
14 V1001 - Repair Kit (includes tool) $10.94
15 VP1964 - NON-Diverter Cartridge $16.63
VP1965 - Diverter Cartridge $22.67
Item Description Price & Quantity
16 V6652 - NON-Diverter Spout Assembly Discontinued
V6653 - Diverter Spout Assembly Discontinued
17 VP1995 - Spout Assembly Discontinued
18 V7068 - Aerator Discontinued
19 V7713 - Diverter Assembly Discontinued
20 V1112 - O-Ring Repair Kit $6.16
21 V7059 - Seals & Springs Repair Kit $4.37
V7059 - "Will-fit" Seals & Springs Repair Kit $3.57
22 V1910 - Bearing Hub Discontinued
23 V2023 - Core Seat $7.59
24 V3833 - Gasket Discontinued
25 V5502 - Core Seat Discontinued
26 V5504 - Gasket Discontinued
27 V6237 - Mounting Hardware Parts Bag $1.50
28 V6230 - Mounting Hardware Parts Bag Discontinued
29 V6643 - IPS Mounting Hardware Parts Bag Discontinued
30 V5508 - Lift Rod Guide & Nut Discontinued
31 V6805 - Lift Rod - Chrome $7.46
V68054 - Lift Rod - Polished Brass - Replaced by V68058 Discontinued
32 V7716 - Shampoo Spray & Hose Assembly Discontinued
33 V7715 - Hose Guide with Nut - Chrome $7.11
34 VP1956 - O-Ring (for diverter control only) $0.74
35 VP1952 - Port Seal Ring $2.07
36 VP1987 - Spout O-Ring (2 required) $1.42
-- V7300 - Pop-up Assembly $19.38
LV7300 - "Will Fit" Pop-up Assembly $16.01
find individual repair parts for pop-up drain assembly
Stem & O-Ring Lubricant (1/4 oz.) $2.52

Please carefully compare available pictures and diagrams with your faucet to be sure you are ordering the correct Valley part. The parts that we show are what we ship. We do charge a restocking fee if you order the wrong Valley parts.

- OR - View Cart

Looking for more Valley Faucet parts?


Please note: Although the parts we have available are made from the same molds used by the original manufacturer, Valley is no longer in business, so warranty coverage on existing products is no longer available. Parts that we offer fall under our standard policy.



Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "What's the difference (besides a slightly different look) between the VP1964 Non-Diverter and the VP1965 Diverter cartridges?"
A. The VP1964 Non-Diverter cartridge is used for all Valley "new style" single control kitchen and lavatory faucets that do NOT have a hand spray attachment. The VP1965 Diverter cartridge has a diverter in it to divert water from the spout to the hand spray when the hand spray lever is pushed. The VP1965 Diverter cartridge is used on single control kitchen and lavatory faucets with a hand spray attachment except for the Valley Hi-Style series. The Valley Hi-Style kitchen faucets use the VP1964 Non-Diverter cartridge because the diverter is located in the base of the spout and not in the cartridge. Click here to compare each cartridge.

Note: The VP1964 Non-Diverter cartridge is also used for Valley "new style" bath/shower valves. This does not include the back-to-back or pressure balance bath/shower valves because a different style cartridge is used.

Q. "I don't know what year my faucet was installed or manufactured. How can I be certain what type of cartridge is in my faucet, the old style or the new style?"
A. There are two ways. One is to turn your water off, remove the cartridge and compare your cartridge with the pictures we show on our site. The old style and new style cartridges are very different in appearance and the stems (handle shafts) are very different. The other way does not involve turning your water off. You just need to measure the outside diameter of the bonnet nut. The outside diameter of the bonnet nut for the old style cartridge measures 1-15/16" while the outside diameter of the bonnet nut for the new style cartridge measures 1-11/16".

Q. "I just purchased the V1001 control assembly repair kit for my Old Style Valley single handle bathroom faucet. How do I install this kit?"
A. The V1001 kit also includes o-rings used for the repair of old style Kitchen faucets. When using this kit for bathroom sink faucets you will end up with three extra o-rings left over. These large extra o-rings would normally be used for the swivel spout, but Valley bathroom sink faucets do not have swivel spouts. Installation instructions are as follows;

1) Turn the hot and cold water supply to your faucet off.

2) Remove the handle (#1 or #2 in the old style parts diagram shown above) Use the allen wrench tool provided in the kit.

3) Unscrew the bonnet nut (#3 in parts diagram), leave the white adjustment screw at the top of the bonnet nut untouched.

4) Remove the cartridge (#4 in parts diagram) carefully. The cartridge will separate into 3 pieces. Try to notice very carefully how this cartridge appears when removed and try to keep this cartridge together because it can be somewhat of a puzzle trying to reassemble it.

5) After the complete cartridge is removed, remove the seals and springs (#5 in parts diagram) located underneath the cartridge in two separate smaller cylinders in the brass body. You may need to use a small flat head screwdriver to remove them. Be very careful not to scratch the brass internal cylinder portion of the faucet body.

6) Using your index finger and your thumb, install the new seals and springs (#5 in parts diagram) into the bottom of the brass body. The nylon insert side of the springs should be put down into the bottom against the brass body. The seals are placed on top of the springs as shown in this image. Gently push the seals down into the cylinder holes with your index finger. They will not sit all the way flush into the holes. They will sit slightly above the holes due to the tension of the springs.

7) The small o-ring provided will replace the small o-ring inside the cartridge on the triangular lower section of the cartridge. We recommend a food grade silicone grease be used to lube the o-rings. This will help keep the o-rings pliable for years to come. Do NOT use Vaseline, chap stick, or other petroleum based lubricants as these products will cause the 0-rings to swell and then dry up prematurely.

8) Remove the o-ring attached to the upper portion of the cartridge and match it's size to one of the other larger o-rings provided. Put the o-ring that matches closest to the size of the old o-ring and place it on the cartridge.

9) RE-insert the cartridge back in the body of the faucet. There is a tab at the top of the cartridge that will align up with a slot at the top of the body. This can be somewhat tricky as the tension from the seals and springs will keep pushing the cartridge up.

10) RE-thread (hand tighten) the Bonnet Nut (#3 in parts diagram) over the top of the cartridge and onto the faucet body. You may need to push down on the stem of the cartridge to push the cartridge down against the seals and springs as you HAND tighten the Bonnet Nut. The Bonnet Nut should thread easily on. Be careful not to cross thread.
IMPORTANT: Only hand tighten the Bonnet Nut. Do NOT use a wrench. Hand tighten until the bonnet nut is snug.

The tool provided has a couple of prongs that can be used to tighten the adjusting screw at the top of the bonnet nut. Since you are putting new seals and springs into the faucet you should not need to tighten the adjusting ring since the new springs should put enough tension against the bonnet nut to squeeze the cartridge tight against the springs.

11) Turn the hot and cold water supply to your faucet back on. Unscrew the aerator (#9 in parts diagram) and temporarily hold it in your hand as you turn the faucet on. Let the water run for 30 seconds and then turn off the faucet. This will allow any dirt or debris in the water lines to pass through the cartridge and not clog up the aerator. Replace the aerator and enjoy your faucet.



return to top ↑

Copyright© 1995-2017 PlumbingSupply.com.
All Rights Reserved.