I have replaced all the faucet handles in my tub. The (shower to tub) diverter is still squeeling. What do I do?
Thank You Susiecue
If it's the actual diverter that's making noise, you can get one for around $7.00 and they're easy to replace. You might want to get a basic plumbing book, or the new diverter may have instructions as well. I've had best luck buying one (diverter) made by the company that made the fixture. You can get one made by another company, but they never seem to fit quite the same. Some hardware stores will carry both, with the original mfg. being a little more expensive.
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