REPAIRING A NOISY FAUCET
- A noisy washer-type faucet is usually caused by a loose seat washer. To stop the noise, first turn off the water and take the faucet apart as described previously. If the washer is loose, tighten it or replace it.
- After threading the stem back into the faucet body, try moving it up and down. If it moves, the stem is worn and the entire faucet must be replaced.
- Some faucets are noisy due to poor design and construction. The only way to solve this problem is to replace the faucet with a quality one
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