Replacing shower plumbing behind wall
The bathtub faucet has separate hot and cold handles. The hot water will not completely shut off but keeps on drizzling. I tried replacing the rubber rings and pulling out the old stem and putting a completely new one in, being careful to match up the old one with the new one. Still drizzling. Now I am looking at taking out the plumbing apparatus from behind the wall. I can get to it easy enough through a back closet. I assume all I need to do is to pull the stems, un-sweat the copper, pull and replace the apparatus, and replace stems. Am I missing anything?
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