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Old 05-27-2018, 08:13 AM   #1
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Wet bay faucet

Does anybody know how to take this apart, the back side of the outlet is broken off? Not sure what type of hose goes on it either, where might I find parts to repair it?
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Most are crimped pex fittings. Readily available at hardware stores. The trick is getting back behind it!
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If you can reach behind there is a plastic washer nut that you should be able to undo by hand. Mine had enough extra PEX line to pull out and remove the old mixer. Under my white plastic trim was exactly what you have. As yours is broken if i were you i wouldn't replace with the same but upgrade like the picture below. You can buy shark bite fittings to reconnect to the PEX line or buy a pex clamping kit on amazon. I believe the red and blue valves i bought were meant for a washer machine hookup which i bought at Lowes. Not that hard of a job and a rewarding project. My pressure at the shower is now awesome.

THIS is a link to the thread for outdoor shower upgrade that got me motivated.
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If you can reach behind there is a plastic washer nut that you should be able to undo by hand. Mine had enough extra PEX line to pull out and remove the old mixer. Under my white plastic trim was exactly what you have. As yours is broken if i were you i wouldn't replace with the same but upgrade like the picture below. You can buy shark bite fittings to reconnect to the PEX line or buy a pex clamping kit on amazon. I believe the red and blue valves i bought were meant for a washer machine hookup which i bought at Lowes. Not that hard of a job and a rewarding project. My pressure at the shower is now awesome.

THIS is a link to the thread for outdoor shower upgrade that got me motivated.
That's a great solution!
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Thanks Bruce.
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I see now it's just a standard RV faucet, I took the monitor panel out that is next to it so I can see behind the thing. I can reach one fitting, but going to cut that hole bigger & machine an aluminum plate to cover it & hold the tank monitor back in place. It's nice to have a machine shop at home.
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