Question about American Standard 4332.001 Pekoe Kitchen Faucet
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: leak in the faucet handle
You'll need an allen or hexkey wrench of the apropriate sixe to remove the handle from the faucet. There should be a rubber plug with the traditional red and blue colors for hot and cold. Carefully pry the plug out. There should be a hex nut in behind the plug.Remove the hex nut and the handle should come off by pulling straight upward.After that the dome shaped nut that sits below the handle should turn off counter clockwise. Beneath this is where the seals, springs, and washers are located. Good luck
Posted on May 20, 2009
if you are having trouble removing the set screw make sure you are using the correct size allen wrench and confirm that it is a allen screw and not a trox screw. After doing this try tighten the screw slightly before loosening it. This should break it loose.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
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