Question about Plumbing
My mom has a Grohe bathroom faucet where the hot water side drips. I have tried to figure out how it comes apart, but there is no set screw or obvious way the handle comes off. I do not want to break it trying something that is not the correct way to do it. It is a wide spread and everything is separate.
I called a plumber but he said he would just replace the whole thing for $500. It is only 7 years old and I would rather fix it. I have been unable to find any diagrams of this and do not know the model number.
I need a Guru's advice.
If you don,t see any set screw for the handle, ( sometimes it is hidden under a small access cover top of the handle) Then the handle is threaded on where the base of the handle meets the sink/countertop surface. It is a right hand thread and will take a few turn before it comes off accessing the faucet stem.
Good Luck, Phil
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