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I have a b&k outside faucet and would like to know how to repace rubber stopper at the end of the brass rod?

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HI im rossouw

Turn off the water at the mains, use a spaner and grips to hold the body of the tap while turning the nut of at the top, not do damage pipe work. when u remove the head there are 3 opsions. no1 ,at the end of the brass rod/plunger us plumbers call it, there must be a nut. loosen it het a new rubber at plumbing shop of same size[cheep] put it back in and tight. no2 u must remove the rubber attached to the brass rod all together and go to shop end get that part, thast show the ppl at the shop ur rod and rubber. no3 bay a new head part, that includes rod rubber new head ect. litel bit more exspensive . bt not that exspensive.

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