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Fixing a fairbury faucet the goose neck is loose and just sways from side to side

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Do I have to disconnect the water hoses under the sink when I turn the neck counter-clockwise? I am on my 2nd replacement faucet.


You do not have to disconnect the water hoses, but you do have to turn the water valves off before loosening any parts on the faucet.

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Wiggling Goose Neck


There could be loose hardware inside at the base of the goose neck. You will have to remove your carefully installed faucet and take a look inside to find out.

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Motobecane handlebars need tightening


If they are tuning left and right the the center bolt on the top of the goose neck will do it. If they are loose at the goose neck and moving forward and backward then you need to tight the bolt underneath at the point the bars are in the neck. If you can't tighten it anymore you have two choices but you must first determine if it is the handle bars or the goose neck that is stripped. If it is the handle bars then replace them and if it is the goose neck replace that. The other think you can do is make a shim from a piece of metal and wrap it around the bar and tighten the goose neck on that again.

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My Pegasus kitchen faucet leaks at the top, even when off. I'm not sure which model, it has one handle with a side spray. What do I do.


Turn off water supply to sink. Wrap top of goose neck with rag and use a pipe wrench to remove ( lefty loosey, righty tighty). Inspect interior of faucet for worn o - ring or gasket and take damaged part to local hardware store for replacement parts. The gasket or o - ring may be on the gooseneck ( the part the water comes out of between the handles or below a single handle faucet).
Good luck!!

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Installed new faucet worked then all water stopped


If it has a side spray the diverter might be stuck. try flicking the spray handle on and off.

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How to Remove Shower Head


Once you've purchased your new shower head the first step in replacing the head is to make sure your shower faucets are firmly turned off and then remove the old shower head. If you look at the existing shower head, you'll notice flat spots on what's called a pipe nipple at the base of the shower head where the head screws into the goose-neck pipe that sticks out of the wall. * Take an adjustable wrench and tighten the wrench onto the base of the shower head flat spots. * Turning counter-clockwise, loosen and remove the old shower head. * Clean the threads on the goose-neck of any debris such as old pipe compound or Teflon tape.

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