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Faucet hookup blows off under pressure.which and where can I find replacement O rings?

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SOURCE: no water pressure at kitchet faucet

alot of times when you shut off valve under sink or in basement when you turn it back on you can get a little debri in faucet i would try cleaning the aireator the little thing on end of spout where the water comes out

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My Aquatak Clic 125 suddenly started having a large quantity of water pouring out of the handle, the trigger valve assembly is the culprit as it has blown out the o ring under high pressure. Have disa


it probably has a crack in the plastic somewhere. very hard to see when not under pressure, as soon as the pressure hits it the o ring pops.

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Not gating flam


follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
Service a compression faucet:
  1. Turn off the water supply and open the faucet handle to relieve water pressure.
  2. Carefully pry off the trim cap with a small screwdriver or putty knife.
  3. Remove the locknut with an adjustable wrench, then lift the spindle out of the faucet.
  4. As needed, remove and replace the O-ring. Before reinstalling, coat the stem lightly with plumber's grease.
  5. As needed, remove the retaining screw and pry out the washer. Install an exact-replacement washer and tighten it.
  6. As needed, inspect the seat and replace if damaged.
  7. Install the valve and tighten, then reinstall the handle and test.
Repair a reverse-compression faucet:
  1. Turn off the water supply and open the faucet handle to relieve water pressure.
  2. Carefully pry off the trim cap with a small screwdriver and remove the handle screw. Unscrew the packing nut and lift out the stem assembly.
  3. As needed, pry out the washer under the packing nut and replace it.
  4. As needed, remove the seat washer and replace it with one that fits exactly. Rethread the spindle and washer back onto the stem, and reassemble the faucet.

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Flip over bathroom plug in bath stuck & bath full :/


follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
  1. Remove the shower head from the pipe.
  2. Clean the arm threads and wrap them with plumbers' joint tape.
  3. Screw the head back on and hand-tighten it. Remove any excess compound or tape.
  4. Test and retighten as needed.
Repair a shower head that leaks at the swivel:
  1. Unscrew the shower-head body from the swivel-ball ring.
  2. Find the O-ring or a similar seal inside. Replace it and screw the shower head back into place.
  3. Turn off the water supply and open the faucet handle to relieve water pressure.
  4. Carefully loosen the coupling nuts at the shutoff valves and at the base of the faucet.
  5. Carefully remove the supply tubes.
  6. Remove the locknuts that hold the faucet to the sink and lift the faucet out.
  7. Clean the area where the old faucet sat.
  8. As needed, install the new spray hose and supply tubes, if any, through their holes in the sink.
  9. 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.
  10. Set the faucet into position and center it.
  11. From under the sink, attach the faucet locknuts to hold it to the sink.
  12. 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.

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Jameco single handle kitchen faucet with spray is hard to turn


make this steps and fix it. God bless you
f a faucet leaks, replace seals and gaskets . If a shower head leaks, create a better seal or replace seals
If a sillcock wears out, replace the washers
If a compression faucet drips from the spout, replace the washer and/or the seat
If a faucet leaks from the handle, replace O-ring(s), replace the packing washer, tighten the packing nut, or replace worn packing, depending on the valve type
If a ball or cartridge faucet leaks from the collar, replace worn O-rings
If a disk faucet leaks around the base or has reduced flow, replace cracked or pitted disk assembly or worn inlet seals
If there is water under the sink, tighten the faucet-set locknuts under the sink. You also can replace putty or a gasket, replace a worn faucet, or replace leaky supply tubes
If the aerator leaks around the edge, replace the washer in the aerator
If the spray hose leaks or has reduced flow, replace the O-ring on the diverter valve, replace a worn washer at the base of the spray head, or clean the diverter valve and spray head

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Moen faucet


Most dont need that amount of pressure of flow. There is a reducer in it for restriction to reduce water waste

May 04, 2013 | Moen Plumbing

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Spout leaking on moen kitchen faucet


Remove the rubber O ring (turn off Water supply at meter first), then take your O ring to the hardware store to obtain a new one. You may have to stretch the new ring under hot wster before installation, If you do not feel comfortsble doing this yourself, call an expert.

Jan 16, 2012 | Delta Plumbing

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Faucet leaks when water is turned on at the spout base. I took the set screw out of the back but can,t remove it to access the orings or seals


better turn off the main line first, screw the ring again putting some extra pressure because usually rings are tighten so hard.you have to replace the base of the faucet.

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The spout of my faucet keeps blowing off when I turn the water on, what do i do?


First this is a very unusual assurance and the spout retainer ring needs to be replaced.

To help relieve the pressure on this part for the time being by removing the aerator it is probably plugged up anyway.

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I have a kitchen faucet that is leaking at the base where the faucet connects to the base. It leaks all the time. Do I need to replace the O rings in the stem of the faucet? Or do I need to replace all...


hi! if tightening the knob(s), (or if you apply pressure on the knob of the faucet,for the models with no thread for open/close), modify the amount of water leaking ,you need to replace the seats in the faucet. if not ,just replacing the o rings should fix your problem.

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The faucet continues to run when using the side spray.


under the neck of the faucet is a small cone in the side of the body.this is your spray diverter,it may be clogged,it may be spring loaded or a presure valve you must remove and clean. then it will work right.

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