admin sink & faucet, 2017-10-03 22:48:31. Blocking the shower drain to avoid small parts like screws, nuts, rings, etc., from flowing away. Cover the drain and flooring with a towel or paper. Normally a faucet will have a plastic or metal faceplate which will need to be removed. This can be popped off with the help of a knife or a screwdriver.
admin sink & faucet, 2017-10-04 01:00:29. 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.
admin sink & faucet, 2017-10-03 18:58:04. The first thing you need to do is buy the replacement faucet for the one that is already in your bath. How to do that? Well, the best thing to do is take the old faucet to the store and buy another one that matches its size perfectly.
admin sink & faucet, 2017-10-03 17:23:30. Carefully check the inside areas of the shower head. Black residue is an indicator that the gasket needs replacement. Use a screwdriver to take the rubber gasket out.
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