Single handle pull-out kitchen faucet (534 & T534series) - PARISA installation instruction & troubleshooting guide

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534 & T534 series - single handle, pull-out spout kitchen faucet.  Please, be advised that finish style may vary.

 

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1. Leaking/ Noisy Operation:
If the unit is leaking from the handle, leaking at the base, dripping from the spout or making noise when the faucet is turned on or off, you would need to replace the cartridge assembly (974-505) or (974-035) as well as the retainer ring (931-900) ~ for Parisa; cartridge (974-074) and retainer ring (962-075) ~ for Picardy & Clairmont. Click here if you need to match your cartridge(s) or if would like to see all cartridge types we have.
Note: Cartridge 974-570 has been replaced with (974-035).


2. Handle operation:
If the handle becomes loose, hard, stiff to operate or does not stay on the correct position (falls or droops down from desired position), replace the cartridge assembly (974-505) or (974-035) as well as the retainer ring (931-900) ~ for Parisa; cartridge (974-074) and retainer ring (962-075) ~ for Picardy & Clairmont. Click here  if you need to match your cartridge(s) or if would like to see all cartridge types we have


3. Water restriction/No pressure:
If there is water restriction or no pressure in water flow, please check for the following:


Step I:
   Make sure water supply is turned on fully.

Step II:  Make sure supply lines are flushed and there are no kinks in hoses.
Step III:
Check the pull out spout for any debris that may have collected during repair or installation.

Do this by unscrewing spout (counter clockwise) from the hose extension. Direct hose into drain and turn water on. If the pressure of the flow is greater, you will need to replace the pull out spout:

Parisa: 920-534a- polished chrome; 920-534s - satin stainless steel.
Picardy: 920-621a - polished chrome; 920-621s - satin stainless steel; 920-621y - tuscan bronze.
Clairmont:
920-620a - polished chrome; 920-620s - satin stainless steel.


If debris, water sediment or calcium deposits collect within the spray spout, the function will be obstructed and cause leaking, restriction or insufficient diversion.


4. Water no longer switches to stream or spray completely:
If the pull out spout no longer switches between spray and stream completely, the entire spray spout will have to be replaced. The part numbers for the pull out spout are:


Parisa: 920-534a- polished chrome; 920-534s - satin stainless steel.
Picardy: 920-621a - polished chrome; 920-621s - satin stainless steel; 920-621y - tuscan bronze.
Clairmont: 920-620a - polished chrome; 920-620s - satin stainless steel.


5. Leaking pull out hose:
If the pull out hose is leaking at the quick connect or threads, has a tear or break in the tubing then hose will need to be replaced. The hose number for Parisa: 951-062; Picardy: 951-074; Clairmont: 951-074. NOTE: If replacing the hose for the Parisa or Clairmont due to a leaking quick connect, then quick connect must be ordered separately 951-075Parisa hose will have quick connect attached

 

Please view the video on the right for step by step instructions on removing a sprayer hose connection on the 534 Series Price Pfister faucet.
534 series 


6. Soap Dispenser:
If the soap dispenser is not pumping any soap or is pumping from somewhere other than the tip, we recommend replacing the pump mechanism: 931-002. If the soap dispenser bottle has broken, you would need to replace 950-004.

7. How do I remove the retainer ring?
You can order the retainer ring tool removal (950-047)or you can use a 1/2" iron to copper female copper adapter and a pair of pliers over the adaptor.

8. How can I get the mounting nut 962-028 over the supply and flexible lines?
To get the mounting hardware nut (962-028) over the supply and flexible lines, you will need to pull the flexible hose (that connects to the pull out spout) out from the top of the faucet until it becomes flush with the bottom of the threaded shank underneath. Make sure you don't pull it all the way out, just enough to be flush with the shank and allow the mounting nut to come up past the lines and thread onto the shank. Once nut is threaded onto shank you can pull flexible hose out of the threaded shank and connect.

9. Wrench for locknut:
A plumber socket wrench 1 5/8" to 1 1/2" or a basin wrench 1 7/16" is used to unscrew the locknut that hold the body of the faucet in place from underneath the sink.

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