sink & faucet. Saturday , October 29th , 2016 - 01:23:11 AM
If you have water that is hard or has a lot of precipitation, clogging would be common. Your concern then would be to repair the faucet in order to unclog it. Doing so involves simple rinsing. However, you need to know how to remove them first. The job is not as complicated as fixing dripping faucets.
The best feature of this brand is its lifetime warranty against "leaks and drips", and one-year warranty against defects in the workmanship of faucet sprayers. While buying this product, make sure that you read the terms and conditions properly. Moreover, make sure that you save the proof of purchase and all the other documents that came with the faucet. Buyers have had bad experiences regarding their customer service. Since Home Depot is just packaging the product under its Glacier Bay brand name, therefore, their knowledge about the replacement parts and contact details of the manufacturers has been found to be limited. There have been cases wherein the customers were frustrated, as the Home Depot was clueless, as to where they could get warranty parts. If the model you wish to replace is available, there wouldn't be any problem with getting a replacement, but otherwise problems could arise. Anyway, people have had both good and bad experiences. Since you are buying these faucets at such a low price, therefore, replacing it with another brand in future wouldn't hurt that much.
Start by taking the handle off. Do this by removing the decorative cap and the handle screw. The cartridge may be fixed in place with the help of a threaded retaining cap. If there is one, use small pliers to remove it, and simply pull the cartridge out. Take a utility knife and cut old O-rings off. Apply some plumber's grease on the new O-ring and reassemble the whole faucet.
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