Question about Banner Plumbing
The frostfree faucet interior assembly has a spring on the end, no washer!
This is as you may have guessed, an Arrowhead sillcock.You should be able to replace the washer if you can find the bibb screw. Hold a bucket in front of asillcock and have someone turn the water on for 2 seconds. The bibb screw and what is left of the washer should shoot out. If you lose these parts, you can take the stem to the nearest plumbing supply, lowes, home depot or hardware store that carries Arrowhead sillcocks. They should be able to either give you a repair kit, or a whole new sillcock which you can take apart and just use the stem. It must be the same length to work properly. Before you install the new stem, make sure the bibb screw holding the washer in is tightened. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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