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Leaking and dripping is the most common problem when it comes to faucets. You can read: Kitchen Faucet Repairs, Troubleshooting and Fixing Problems

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You have to disconnect all the plumbing and unscrew the bolt that holds the faucet onto the sink underneath. If it's a faucet and knobs combination, you have to unscrew all of them. If it still seems stuck, give it a little tap from the bottom. Don't go crazy or anything just a tap. Some installers ...

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Either tighten up the screw or replace it, and I would recommend toto toilets . Mine has served me well for 10+ years.

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MY moen bathroom faucet is leaking. How do I repair it? Arlene

Shut the water off to the faucet.. then pull cap off knob ,then unscrew phillps screw.. after that replace w/ similar or same cartridge from home imp store

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My 1993 ford explorer 4.0 engine is leaking ...

Believe it or not, a bad radiator cap can cause that problem. Another thing you might want to check on. Once in a while a frost plug will develop a leak, especially in an older engine. There is a sensor, but I'm not sure just where it is. If you're sure the leak is on the passenger side, on ...

The 'hot' bathroom faucet handle keeps moving till it is perpendicular to

The faucet handle should be fixed to the faucet stem with a fastener--a small screw or hex screw. With the faucet turned off, use an allen wrench or screwdriver to remove the fastener, reposition the handle so it is aligned properly, then replace the fastener.