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Tub faucet drip

A steady slow drip after both cold and hot faucets are turned off.

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Hi, You have to replace the two rubber cups in the hot&cold faucet lever. Let me know if you need more info.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

Could it be the valve in hot water handle? Where is the rubber cup located? Is it located below the valve?

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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The hot and cold are reversed on our single handle shower (no tub faucet -- shower only)


Hot on left.
Cold on right.
Some single handle faucets have bleed-over where both hot and cold enter mixing valve each time handle is turned on, even when faucet calls for just cold or just hot.
Otherwise maybe a do-it-yourself plumber got pipes backwards... or maybe the tub used to be on other side of wall, and tub was moved during remodeling but pipes were not changed.

To fix problem:
First of all, turn off shower faucet. Turn on Hot at sink and put ear against shower faucet listening for sound of water flowing through the mixing valve.
If mixing valve is working fine, you need to open wall and investigate more.
For example if you have access door, reach in and feel which pipe is hot.
Pipes might need to be reversed if problem comes up in home inspection, otherwise the problem will not harm anything.

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Sounds as if you have air in the pipes.
To solve this you will need a piece of hose that will fit over the ends of your hot and cold faucets in the kitchen (or other lowest faucets in the house) - fix it on tightly with hose clips and open both faucets fully. Wait 5 minutes or so before turning off hot water faucet first.
If that hasn't cleared it repeat the process but after 5 minutes turn on your shower faucet and see if it splutters as the air is forced out. You may have to do this with other faucets in the house too. Close each one off once the water runs evenly without air in it.
If that doesn't work you will need to drain your hot water system down completely. Turn off water supply at the hot water cylinder (or rising main if you have a tank-less system) and open all faucets until water stops flowing. Close each faucet about 2/3rds then turn on water supply again. Wait for each faucet to get a slow but steady flow. Going round each faucet in turn gradually open each on a little bit more until all are running fast and even and all the air has spurted out. Now go round each faucet in turn closing each one down a bit at a time until they are only dribbling a small amount. Turn all faucets off.

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I have a Delta Tub/Spout Pull Down Diverter that has a pretty persistent drip. The HOT and COLD handles are turned off and seem to be as tight as they can be. After doing some research online I believe...


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Delta faucets are some of the easiest to repair, and parts are usually available at any hardware store or home center. If you have a two handle faucet, replace both delta seats and springs and stems. If you have a single handle Delta faucet, replace the entire cartridge.

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I have a slow drip on my bathroom faucet. how do i repair it. p-f 8" w/separate hot & cold faucets


Hi,

Full instructions with diagrams here:

http://home.howstuffworks.com/home-improvement/plumbing/how-to-repair-a-faucet1.htm

very detailed and should help you stop that annoying drip..drip...drip

Hope this helps, if so please leave feedback. If not let me know and I'll try and help some more

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Leaking faucet


The faucet is slowing wearing out. You can live with this little drip or have a repair kit installed in the faucet. If you are handy you can do this yourself.
You must be sure to get the repair kit that matches your faucet. good luck

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