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I have a Glacier Bay bathroom faucet. It's the one with 2 handles (white ceramic or plastic). After several years of use, cold water began to leak. I turned off water, popped the top cover and unscrewed the handle. It has a plastic nut inside the housing (I think 3/4'') that holds the stem. Am I suppose to unscrew the plastic nut to replace the gasket? If so, I am unable to reach with 3/4'' socket inside the housing because the walls of the housing are to tight and close to the nut. It seems that there is less than 1/8'' space between the nut corner edge and the inside wall of the housing and the nut itself is sunk in and sits about 1/8'' above the housing top edge. I can't figure out what tool to use to unscrew the plastic nut. Please help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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