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Our Giagni Andanti model LL800-BN bathroom faucet drips after water is turned off need to know how to make an adjustment to stop drip

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I purchased the same model. Hooked it up and it kept dropping after turning the water off. Returned it to Lowe's for replacement. Installed that unit and it drops but not as bad. Called Giagni - they are sending a free replacement cartridge. I asked if it was a problem with that model, she replied yes.

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Turn the water off. Remove the handle, usually has an Allan wrench screw on it. Take out the stopper unit and clean it. When you are done tighten it as you can without stripping it, Out it all back together and it should work. Sometimes you need to replace the washers or internal unit itself, but try this first.

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