admin sink & faucet, 2017-10-06 10:27:48. A faucet may start dripping due to three main reasons - torn rubber washer, worn out valve threads, or washer screws. Luckily, faucets don't have many moving parts and have less complicated designs.
admin sink & faucet, 2017-10-06 11:04:08. Step #2: With a wrench, open the faucet and let the extra water pour out of the pipes. Wipe the excess water off an old cloth. Find the screw(s) that keep the faucet in place and see if you will require a flat-head screwdriver or some other screwdriver to open it.
admin sink & faucet, 2017-10-06 12:34:21. 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.
admin sink & faucet, 2017-10-06 14:28:33. Finish off by fixing everything back in reverse order. Fix the last thing you dismantled for reassembling the whole faucet ensemble. Again cleaning up the faucet at this point will be a good idea to keep it free of dirt, mildew, and grime. Once you reassemble the unit, test it by turning on the cold and hot water to make sure that there are no leaks.
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