sink & faucet. Tuesday , February 07th , 2017 - 19:23:11 PM
Now, you need to remove the faucet handle. All handles have a screw, which is either superficial or concealed. Look around and locate the handle screw. Using the adjustable wrench, gently unscrew the handle. Taping the tip of the wrench with some duct tape can help in protecting the handle from developing scratch marks.
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.
Determine the type of diverter valve that has been used. Most commonly the types used are gate, pull down, pull up, or rotating.Once all of this has been determined, remove the old valve to install a new one. In case of a rotating valve, you will need to unscrew the nut at the stem, and remove the entire valve assembly. And if it's a gate type valve, you will have to unscrew the threaded tub spout.
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