Wed 27th Sep 2017 - 9:30 pm
Fri 29th Sep 2017 - 9:30 pm
Sun 1st Oct 2017 - 8:30 pm
Oh brother, the show description is so hard.
So instead here's how to fix a leaky tap.
Remove each handle. Pry off the decorative cap if necessary, unscrew, and remove the handle.
Use a wrench to remove the nut (lol). Underneath, you will find the stem, which sits on top of the O-ring, which sits on top of a seat washer. The seat washer is usually made of rubber, which can get worn out after a while. If your faucet is dripping, this is mostly likely the culprit.
Pull out the stem. This will expose the O-ring (lol), which will be thinner, and seat washer, which will be thicker.
If the handles are leaky (as opposed to the faucet), replace the O-ring. Take the old one to the hardware store and use it to find a replacement.
Remove the seat washer. This will be held in place with an upside-down brass screw.
Replace the seat washer. Since these washers vary in size, you might need to bring the old one in with you to a parts store to find an exact match. Coat the replacement in plumber’s grease before installing it.
Reassemble each handle. Any minor leaks should now be fixed.
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