sink & faucet. Saturday , December 24th , 2016 - 00:23:11 AM
After removing the access panel, check what type of system your faucet has. It most probably will have a two-valve one. Now what you do is, remove the cap of the valve, so that the handle screw beneath it gets exposed. Remove the handle for this handle screw.
Step #4: Take the old faucet set out and clean the area properly. Inspect the area to see if any pipes need to be fitted or cleaned, and if the water lines require any repair.
Before jumping to the repairing tutorial, let us understand what all basic parts a shower faucet is composed of. There are around 6 parts which you will need to take out for faucet repair. The top part called the cap is a disc and then there is a small handle screw. These two parts are inside the handle of the faucet. Under this is the stem which has threads attached to it. The stem is a long cylindrical shaped body, which attaches to the upper faucet and bottom faucet parts together. Then there is a small hollow disc attached to the stem, which is just like a nut, except it is smooth and circular in shape. Then finally at the bottom end is the washer screw. Now that you understand the basic structure of the shower faucet, it is time to take out these parts.
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