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Quick Details Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland) Brand Name: QILI Model Number: QL-106 Installation Type: Wall Mounted Spary Type: Horizontal ...
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- Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
- Brand Name: QILI
- Model Number: QL-106
- Installation Type: Wall Mounted
- Spary Type: Horizontal
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||1 pcs of 1 bubble bag|
Suitable for connecting wash basins,bidet spray/shattaf,shower bathes,toilet stools and so on.
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American Standard lever repair. Broken lever boss fixed with an old square nut and J B Weld.
My 90+ year old Rosie the Riveter mom exerted too much pressure on a poorly designed lever casting.
She ended up buying a new faucet and I took the old one home to do an autopsy.
The casting that makes up the ‘boss’ that receives the stainless steel lever in the valve cartridge broke. The casting is a paltry 1/16″ thick… about half of the thickness of the rest of the lever.
There is no way that this design defect wasn’t seen before the part was put into production.
My wife has been on me about replacing our present kitchen faucet (she insists that it came free inside specially marked boxes of Lucky Charms) so I decided to McGuyver the lever after I found that a new one was $45 minimum, with shipping.
After mentally recreating the process that caused the fail, I cleaned the inside of the casting to prepare it for J B Weld.
I looked around the stuff that my wife wants me to throw out and found a grandpa-era square nut, about 9/16″ wide by 1/4″ thick. I cleaned that up with a wire brush and wiped it clean of any oil or dirt.
With the lever and nut fully dry and clean, I buttered everything up with J B Weld. With the plastic bushing in place, I put a blob where the missing metal part of the boss was, directly onto the boss and plastic bushing.
I put some J B Weld on the back of the lever where the nut would make contact.
I coated the nut (in part, to thwart rust) and fit it in place: between the missing chunk of the boss and the inner backside of the lever.
I let it set for about 48 hours, allowing it to set upside-down to prevent a fugly J B Weld stalagmite.
J B Weld can drip if you put too much on and it will stick to your fingers and hands, so wear gloves or be very careful.
That’s it, I think. Hope it can save you about a weekend’s worth of beer money.
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