|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0 x 2.5 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||RP70201|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Peerless RP70201 Stem Unit Assembly Kit
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Peerless RP70201 Stem Unit Assembly KitPeerless RP70201 Stem Unit Assembly Kit Features: Genuine Peerless replacement part* Image shown may vary by color, finish, material or size
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P299575LF-W, P99575LF & P299578LF. Kit comes with 2 RP70201 Stem Unit Assemblies that includes, 2 retention screws, 2 seats, 2 springs, 2 bonnet nuts, 2 washers and this info is not clearly stated when purchased here on Amazon. Stem units are assembled with new o rings installed. Items were shipped and I received them fairly quickly. You just shut the water valve off under the sink for the Cold or Hot side your going to fix, open faucet handle a little to remove residual water pressure; remove the faucet handle with a small 2.5mm Allen wrench, note the position of the old stem unit before removal then unscrew the old stem unit counterclockwise with a crescent wrench, soak up excess water inside recess where old stem unit was noting position of old seat and spring remove them and replace them with a new seat and spring from the kit in the same position as the old seat and spring. Then install new stem unit in the same position as the old stem unit and with a new washer included with the kit tighten the bonnet nut clockwise until snug. Does not need to be really tight just snug it up. The retention screws included with the kit must be installed into the hole in the top of the stem unit assemblies when using handles mounted from the sides. You can use the old screw or new screw it does not matter you wont see it with the handle installed. Then reinstall the faucet handle using the 2.5mm Allen wrench, turn the water valve back on, check for leaks/proper operation and your done.
Gave it three out of five stars because I'm not so sure it is a Peerless OEM part. Came in a cheap small thin clear plastic bag with only the part number RP70201 Stem Unit Assembly, Seat, Spring & Bonnet Nut on it above the barcode. Below the barcode was Made In China and the date 02/13/14. This barcode & part # info was on a small sticker placed on the bag. Did not even have the word Peerless anywhere on the bag or parts. I did not replace the seat & spring on mine because it was still good with no leaks but needed a new stem unit because the handle broke off the old stem unit. Another reason for the 3 out of 5 stars was the fit of the new stem unit o rings was loose inside the faucet stem unit housing and the faucet handle turns very easy now. Also the PDF maintenance instructions tell you to turn the water off when replacing a part, and to follow the illustrated instructions provided on the back of the Repair Part Kit. Problem with that is there wasn't any instructions on the bag or in the bag so use the free PDF file from the Peerless website. There are YouTube videos also to help you repair your faucet.
The kit fixed the problem with no leaks, only cost $13.19 for a total of $20.17 with shipping and tax, so I have an extra stem unit, washer, springs, seats & retention screw. Kit was shipped & I received it quickly so I'm happy.
The valves and springs were the same (or close), but the large plastic rings and metal nut were clearly different, the rings being thinner but larger in diameter, and the nuts having a more rounded top and maybe slightly larger diameter (didn't measure, the old ones were too corroded to compare properly anyway).
Despite the differences, they do appear to function correctly, so they earn three stars at least. Time will tell if they hold up to normal use.