Question about Plumbing
Using a parts breakdown picture, disassembe of the valve carefully @ the stem by removing the handle then the bonnet with the seals. Check, with a magnifying lens, the condition of the valve seats. There could be some particles or some damage to the surfaces that touch each other. Sometimes a 300 grit sandpaper rotated around those parts remove slight problems. Usually changing the stem (part that turns) or the seat (part that it tightens against) is the cost effective approach. Put it back together cleaned and carefully. Plumbing stores and most large hardware stores have this. Bring the parts with you for a pewrfect match.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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