admin. sink & faucet. October 03rd , 2017.
Now just as you removed the nut holding the strainer, fix it again and do the same thing with the drain tail piece.
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.
The rubber washer of the faucet should be checked as well--if it is worn out or damaged, then it needs to be replaced. After the new washer has been replaced, it should be secured to the faucet with the help of a screwdriver. A few drops of silicon grease will keep the washer in proper working condition.
Once you have shut off the water supply, open the faucet and let the water remaining in the pipe drain out through the shower head. After all the water has been drained out, you can move on to the next step.
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