Any one know what brand of faucet this is?

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    Hi everyone,

    I am struggling trying to figure out what brand of faucet this is, which I need to know in order to repair it. There is a leak under the sink on the hot water side. I am told it is the valve above the sink that has failed, causing water to leak from the bottom of the handle. Any help would be much appreciated!

    Thank you.

    Sasaank
     

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    it is either American Standard or Price Pfister. As I stated in a previous post, you have to remove the upper section to disassemble.
    If you have a receipt of purchase, the mfr will cover it.
     
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    Thank you breplum! Would you kindly be able to give me step by step instructions? I'm truly new to this. I'm guessing in order to remove the the handle I will need a putty knife.
     
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    The trim body should unscrew counterclockwise. I have found in the past that the mfrs use of ferrous mtl can mean it is impossible to unscrew from the top. So you have to demo out the faucet
     
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    This is a different version of similar type faucet. It can all be pulled out from below.
     
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    If you’re not getting a free replacement from the manufacturer, Then be sure to have your replacement faucet in hand and ready to go. Always make sure you know the countertop thickness you’re dealing with because very few manufactures can accommodate a thick top these days.
    In the case Of the faucet in my picture, Brizo Was my only option because of the very thick countertop
     
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    It turns out you were right indeed that it is price pfister and I was able to order the parts for free under their lifetime warranty. Thanks again man!
     

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