follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
- Remove the shower head from the pipe.
- Clean the arm threads and wrap them with plumbers' joint tape.
- Screw the head back on and hand-tighten it. Remove any excess compound or tape.
- Test and retighten as needed.
Repair a shower head that leaks at the swivel:
- Unscrew the shower-head body from the swivel-ball ring.
- Find the O-ring or a similar seal inside. Replace it and screw the shower head back into place.
- Turn off the water supply and open the faucet handle to relieve water pressure.
- Carefully loosen the coupling nuts at the shutoff valves and at the base of the faucet.
- Carefully remove the supply tubes.
- Remove the locknuts that hold the faucet to the sink and lift the faucet out.
- Clean the area where the old faucet sat.
- As needed, install the new spray hose and supply tubes, if any, through their holes in the sink.
- Set the rubber gasket that came with the faucet on the sink where it will be mounted. If no gasket is supplied, apply plumber's putty.
- Set the faucet into position and center it.
- From under the sink, attach the faucet locknuts to hold it to the sink.
- Reinstall the supply lines, then turn them on and test the faucet. Turn it on carefully because the line and faucet have air in them.