admin. sink & faucet. September 22nd , 2017.
Step #1: The first step is to turn off the water. Use a nail filer (even the back of the spoon can be used) and pop off the cap on the handle of the faucet and place it in on a tray.
Lastly, you need to fix the handle cap back onto the handle in its position. Keep the cap on the handle's center and press it down slowly until you hear a clicking sound.
Observe the condition of the washer closely, to see whether it needs to be replaced or the problem lies elsewhere. Use the screwdriver to remove the washer from the valve stem, use grease as well.
Shower handle problems are similar to all other common faucet handle issues. They require replacement either when they become old or start leaking. You can either replace the entire handle or simply replace the rubber gasket in the assembly, depending on your problem.
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