sink & faucet. Wednesday , October 19th , 2016 - 07:23:11 AM
Imagine, you turn on the faucet and water gushes out like a waterfall! You will certainly not appreciate that. Here is where aerators come into picture. These devices evenly distribute the water flow and water then comes out in the form of droplets. These are an efficient way of saving water and also reduce splashing. The amount of water passing through them is controlled and measured using the unit, 'gallons per minute (GPM).' Such devices are also an efficient way of reducing your utility bills.
Next, place a thin pipe thread and wind it around the perimeter of the stem thread. Apply pressure, and with the help of your finger push these into the faucet. Tighten the nut and bolt of the faucet with the help of a wrench. After the faucet handle has been replaced and the cap refitted, the water supply can be restored. You are finally done with the repair.
Use a screwdriver and slowly pry out the handle cover on the shower faucet handle. You will find the retaining screw beneath the shower handle cover. Remove this screw as well. Now pull the faucet off its stem so that you can see the shower head assembly.
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