admin. sink & faucet. September 28th , 2017.
Step #4: Remove the washer and screw which is attached under the stem and check their condition. Clean them if they are dirty, and replace or get new identical parts from the hardware store if they are spoiled. If you have a cartridge type of faucet, then you might have to consider replacing the cartridge with a new one or clean the cartridge, in case it is just dirty.
Once you have access to the handle's retaining screw, remove it. This screw holds the handle on the faucet. Use a head screwdriver and twist it in an anticlockwise direction so that it comes off.
Step #6: Now, replace the cleaned or new parts back again and set the handle, screw, and cap back in the order. Check for any leaks or noise and then turn on the water.
Step #2: Then take out the screw and pull out the handle; some handles might just pop out after using the nail filer, while some might need to be unscrewed and taken out. Place the screw and handle next to the cap. Make sure you arrange everything in the same order that you are taking them out so that you are able to replace them properly again.
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