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You have several options here.
1) replace the handle with a higher quality all brass handle/nut/rod assembly
2) wrap the threads with teflon tape and then install the nut. (Yes, teflon tape is designed to prevent leaks, but it can tend to keep plastic nuts from working themselves loose.)
3) use a loctite thread locker product.
Do not use the red locktite, because you will never be able to remove it again.
Here is a link to a site for loctite425 thread locker designed for plastics. This is the blue medium strength loctite.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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