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Mine leaks handle and cap (housing cartridge)

My american standard faucet leaks from where the handle meets the cap that covers the cartridge. How do I disassemble the handle to see what is wrong and to replace parts if possible? What kind of screws do I need? and where to look? Thanks.

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There should be a little cap covering a allen srew in the front or back of the handle it sometimes looks like the hot or cold sign or chrome pop that off and loosen the screw and pull off the handle there should be a nut loosen that and pull up the cartridge you might be able to find one at home depot be sure to turn the water supply off

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