Crane “Dial-Ese”

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    • #275181
      MasterPlumbers
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      Please help, I am trying to find a stem for an old Crane valve. The part number is FS4-7H. If anyone knows where I can find this part, please respond.

    • #291319
      racefanone
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      Try Sexauer in NY or any plumbing shop in your area.I have quite a few complete hot and cold stem assemblies if you are unable to find any.

    • #291320
      Guest
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      Try Sexauer in NY.Or go to a plumbing shop These stems are not that hard to get.If you cant find any,let me know,I have some stems and some complete stem assemblies.

    • #291321
      Phil_H
      Participant

      What is a dial-ese? Do you need a part for your bathroom or a nuclear power plant? When I hear Crane Valve, I think of commercial and industrial valves, other may think of toilets. Have you tried contacting Crane? They have many divisions. Here are a few links:
      http://www.craneplumbing.com/
      http://www.craneco.com/
      http://www.cranevalve.com/
      http://www.cranenuclear.com/

      Phil H
      [Edited by Phil H on 16 August 2001]

    • #291322
      Phil_H
      Participant

      Sorry, for some reason, I did not see the previous messages posted, and I do not how I posted twice

      Phil H
      [Edited by Phil H on 16 August 2001]

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