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The handle leaks and I removed the screw in the handle and it won't even budge when I try to take it off any suggestions?


calcium build up "froze" the handle, would suggest immerse it in vinegar, or clr (do not know your local equvalent), or similar weak acid and leave for few minutes, run water through and then tap gently to try to dislodge it, repeat if necessary, and second time leave bit longer in acid.

i do not understand "handle leaks" - usually taps (faucets) do that... handle leak only if split or otherways physically damaged - it usually requires replacement, as handles are (including hose) extremely cheap and start with about $10.00 at any hardware store - i would not bother with repair - just replace.

another what can be wrong is seal gasket in handle mount. this cost few cents and is worth repairing... :-)

hope this will help you - do not forget to vote...

Apr 06, 2015 | Delta & Single Handle Shower Faucet

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It leaks at the handles; How do I get the handles


you need a tool called a handle puller

Oct 28, 2010 | Home

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HELLO THE FAUCET DRIPS AT THE HANDLE AND THE HOT AND COLD SEEM REVERSED


On this valve the hot/cold in reverse is easy enough to fix, but the faucet dripping at the handle is another issue. To reverse the hot and cold, turn off the house water, relieve the pressure by opening a nearby faucet. Once the water stops, remove the handle and faucet cover so you can see the valve. then the four screws that are visible need to be removed. Mark one of the screw holes with a crayon or pencil and then remove by pulling straight out. Once out, inspect the main o-ring right behind where it sits against the valve, (if this is damaged, it might be why the handle area is leaking) then turn the whole assembly clockwise 180 degrees then insert straight back in and insert screws. Tighten screws until snug. Turn water back on before installing cover and handle to check for leaks. If no leaks are found, install cover and handle and check for proper position of hot and cold. If there are leaks, tighten screws in clockwise rotation tightening each screw a quarter turn, then moving to the next one until dripping stops. If dripping is from center of stem, where the handle attaches, you will need to contact Price Pfister to request a replacement. They are very good to work with. Good luck.

Aug 15, 2010 | Price Pfister Universal 0X8-310A Pressure...

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When running, water leaks from the handle. What


o-ring seal worn try to tighten the seal a little if still leaks replace o-ring seals

Feb 26, 2010 | Moen Monticello Single-Handle Kitchen...

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Mine leaks handle and cap (housing cartridge)


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

May 20, 2009 | American Standard 2175.502.002 Colony Soft...

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Repair leaky handle


Try removing cap of knob and tighten screw it could be loose. If that is not it it may need a new seal ring.

Apr 21, 2009 | Plumbing

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