admin. sink & faucet. September 03rd , 2017.
After the replacement handle is in place, attach the retaining screw back to its position to fix the handle on the faucet. With help of a screwdriver, tighten this screw.
Step #2: With a wrench, open the faucet and let the extra water pour out of the pipes. Wipe the excess water off an old cloth. Find the screw(s) that keep the faucet in place and see if you will require a flat-head screwdriver or some other screwdriver to open it.
Re-assemble the whole structure, turn on the main water supply and see whether there is any leakage. If leakage is not found, then you have successfully performed the repairing job.
Take a damp piece of cloth and clean the interior of the shower head of any remaining residue. If there is any lime accumulation on the head assembly, use a strong lime removal product to clean the area.
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