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The ideal standard faucet in our kitchen is just like all other faucet having a handle. We use it to open or close tap water by pushing it toward right or left. The faucet is working perfectly but the problem is on the handle. It should be screw in the hole on the faucet firmly but it fell out now. It seems that the screw thread on the faucet is too worn to hold the handle. If my description is not clear, can I have an email address that I can send a photo of the faucet please? Thank you. Regards David. I tried to screw the handle back into the hole on faucet but it did stay in. Look like the screw thread at the hole on the faucet is quite worn.
You can try tapping the screw hole to a larger size and getting a new screw. Just go up machine screw size. Say a 4 to a 6.
Posted on Dec 26, 2014
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