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SKU: 185306


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About the Symmons T-17


Product Details

Manufacturer: Symmons
Mpn # T-17
Weight 5.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • Product Type: Replacement
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  • Used on: Tub and Shower Faucet


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Questions & Answers


Good day! We appreciate your interest in our Symmons T-17. According to Symmons' technical support, shower handles change from trim to trim. We need to know which trim you're referring to for us to be able to assist you better. You may email us @ Thanks for choosing as your online shopping buddy!

Anonymous responded:

Remove the cover in the center of the handle and then remove the screw. Place a screwdriver behind the handle at one of the three "extensions" and pry gently. Repeat at all three "extension". Then continue going around to each "extension. applying more pressure each time. It will take awhile but the handle will begin to slide off.


Hello! Thank you for your inquiry about our Symmons T-17 nut, gland, brass. According to Symmons, you should be able to unthread or pull the DF-6 straight off. If it is stuck, you can apply white vinegar to help break down the sediment buildup causing it to stay fixed in one position. Happy to assist you! Have a good day!


Hi! We appreciate your inquiry about our Symmons T-17 nut, gland, brass. According to Symmons, it could be that the T-34 screw (the flat head screw on the cap assembly), was inadvertently tightened. This screw, when screwed in, limits the rotation of the handle. Also, if the handle is simply hard to turn, it could be that the T-17 is too tight. Symmons have provided this Instruction Guide to better help you with your concern. Hope this helps. If you have other questions, please do not hesitate to ask and we will be more than happy to assist you. Thank you for visiting and have a great day!

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