sink & faucet. Thursday , October 27th , 2016 - 17:23:12 PM
Step #1: The first step is to turn off the water. Use a nail filer (even the back of the spoon can be used) and pop off the cap on the handle of the faucet and place it in on a tray.
The job can be finished in a few hours, depending on how good you are at all the plumbing maneuvers. Replacing the sink could be considerably easy, if you observe the way the whole assembly was before and reproduce it back again, as it was.
We will take a look at all these possible factors one by one. First inspect the valve. If you find it slightly loose, try tightening it with the help of pliers. Re-attach the handle, screw it in and test the faucet. If the leakage has stopped, your job is done, else move on to the next step.
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