Question about Jacuzzi EH0 / EH1 / EG9 Fuzion 6666 Corner Whirlpool with Right-Side Pump...
I have a whirlpool bathtub. I am leaking hotwater from the tap. I have removed the covers from the hot and cold handles and taken out a screw from each. I thought I could then remove the handles and then see something like a washer/stopper that I could replace to stop the leaking faucet. I can not remove the handles. What can I try next? (I have never fixed anything before but have decided.. WHY NOT!!!!!!!)
You have two options. You can either replace the faucets- which is much easier for a novice, or you can rebuild them. As far as removing the handles, double check and make sure there is no set screw. If there is not, then the handles should come off. You may have to gently rock each one from side to side. Once you get the handles off, you should see where the valve unscrews. Now would be a good time to turn off the main water going to the tub. Once that is done carefully unscrew the valves and remove them. Take this to Lowes or Home Depot and you should be able to find repacking kits. They usually have full installation instructions included.
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