Largest Valley Faucet Repair Parts Selection
- Genuine O.E.M. Valley parts if available -
- Quality "will-fit" parts when genuine Valley parts are not available -
Why replace when you may be able to repair your quality Valley faucet?
is your source for genuine
and "will fit" Valley repair parts. We have one of the largest Valley Faucet parts inventories anywhere. We offer Valley faucet parts, handles, stems, cartridges, escutcheons and other internal parts - many of which are original manufacturer parts.
Note: Most Aqualine faucet parts are identical to Valley parts.
Determine which Valley faucet you have using the links below
Valley's Most Popular Cartridges, Seals, & Springs
Please note: Old style & new style cartridges are not interchangeable.
Please click on a link below to view diagrams of many more Valley parts:
single handled tub/shower - single handled lav - single handled kitchen faucet
double handled tub/shower - double handled lav - double kitchen
Valley's Most Popular Handles
When cleaning acrylic handles only use diluted liquid hand cleaners made for doing dishes.
Valley's Most Popular Index Buttons
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Please note: Although many 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. "I noticed that both V5002 and V5013 are the "New Look" acrylic teardrop handles, but one fits an old style faucet and the other fits a new style faucet. What is the difference?"
A. V5002 fits new style Valley faucets which have a square style stem. The handle is attached to the stem via a screw through the top of the handle. Valley made the V5013 to fit the old style cartridge which has a round stem. This handle has the "new look" but uses a set screw (old style) to attach to the cartridge.
Q. "My acrylic handles keep cracking. Are the ones that you sell better than what I have been buying elsewhere?"
A. We sell original Valley brand acrylic handles, except where noted, and buying the original handles and not the "will fit" might make a difference. On the other hand, it might make no difference if you have been using certain cleaning products. Delta (another brand of faucet), for example, has put out a warning that said: "Dow Bathroom Cleaner with scrubbing bubbles and Lysol Foaming Basin Tub and Tile Cleaner must not be used on the clear knob handles and levers. Use of these cleaners can result in cracked or severely damaged handles. If over spray gets onto the handles, immediately wipe them dry with a soft cotton cloth." We aren't experts on plastics such as acrylics, but we have seen some plastic handles (from other manufacturers as well) become brittle with silicone sprays and other cleaners. We recommend only buying genuine Valley brand handles (preferably purchased from us of course) and to only use liquid hand cleaners made for doing dishes.
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 lavatory and kitchen 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 lavatory and kitchen 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. View me 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. "How do I remove the V6679 acrylic tear drop handle to replace it or change the cartridge?"
A. There is a set screw on the bottom (downward side) of the V6679 handle that needs to be loosened in order to remove the handle off of the V6680 cartridge stem. Use an 1/8" hex key (Allen wrench).
"I have always liked Valley products. It's a shame Valley isn't around as they had really good products and now I know where to go for parts (should I ever need them again).....'You folks are great.'"
- John Mulder, Mehegan Lake, NY 10547-1835
"Just a quick note to say thank you, the new handles are working great..."
- John Carnahan, Houston, TX 77068
Please note that every customer testimonial shown on our pages has given us written permission to quote them. Our customer's privacy is very important to us so we will never give, share or sell contact information or e-mail addresses to anyone!
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