- Turn off the tap water by closing the hot and cold water taps under the sink.
- Remove the handle from the gooseneck faucet by removing the cap on the handle and loosening the screw underneath with an Allen key.
- Remove the handle sleeve (chrome finish), gasket and cap (turn counterclockwise to remove).
A leak at the bottom of a kitchen faucet is usually caused by worn O-rings under the faucet outlet. If you replace these o-rings, the faucet will last for years. Turn off the water on the hot and cold sides of the faucet.
The discharge range is measured from the center of the discharge floor horizontally to the water flow. The height of the spout is measured from the sink / worktop perpendicular to the highest point. Please refer to the faucet specification sheet for specific dimensions.
If water drips from the spout, replace a corroded valve seat or washer. Close the valve on this bracket, remove the faucet handle, remove the rod and replace the worn washer with a washer of the same size.
Look at the front of the spout when washing. The logo is also found on the lower edge of the spout, where it meets the sink, in front or behind. For shower faucets, consider the round plate (handle) behind the handle, the handle itself, or perhaps the faucet itself behind the wall.
Signs that a cartridge faucet may need to be repaired include water dripping from the spout, difficulty regulating the water temperature, hot water entering the cold water outlet such as with toilet pipes, and insufficiently heated water on some taps.
Worn washing machine:
Remove the water by closing the water in the valves. To do this, you need to find a screw, which is usually hidden under a decorative cover. Carefully remove the cover with a metal nail or flat blade screwdriver. Loosen the screw and lift the handle.
Sealing plumbing systems is one way to ensure that small leaks and splashes are not currently an expensive repair bill. If you’ve noticed drips and drips under the sink, it may be time to turn off the tap. The gasket around a kitchen faucet keeps the area cleaner.
What should I do:
- Turn off the tap water under the sink.
- Examine the faucet lever where the o-ring is located.
- Use an appropriately sized Allen wrench to remove the hex screw that holds the faucet handle in place.
- Remove the old O-ring from the valve body and discard it.
Use the water meter to check for leaks
- Step 1: Turn off the water. Turn off the water from the faucet or shut-off valve - it is usually found on the pipes under the sink.
- Step 2: Find the screw.
- Step 3: Disassemble the faucet.
- Step 4: Replace a ceramic plate.
- Step 5: Replacing a rubber washer.
- Step 6: Replace a ring.