sink & faucet. Wednesday , November 30th , 2016 - 02:23:09 AM
I assume here, that you plan to undertake only the sink replacement and do not plan on changing the kitchen countertop, on which it is mounted. I also assume that you are replacing the old sink with a new one, which is exactly similar to the old one in size. The things that you'll need are a putty knife and a socket wrench of appropriate size. Along with that, you need lots of patience.
Check if the cartridge is damaged or is attacked by mildew. Consider cleaning the cartridge under running water. If the damage is irreversible may be you will need to replace the entire unit. If it is not, then simply remove the O-ring made of rubber. Remove the old one and fix a new one in its place. This will most probably solve your leaking problems.
The next time you experience the same problem, you can solve it yourself without seeking professional help. You can also use the same method to repair other leaking faucets in the house. So roll up your sleeves and put an end to the continuous dripping of water.
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