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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your problem is a simple one.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
There is an o-ring around the valve body inside the outer shell. This needs replacing -- sometimes you can match these at hardware stores.
Shut water off, remove handle, pull up outer shell, you'll see the o-ring.
More info, let me know.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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There are O rings that seal the various body parts of this faucet. I would try turning off the supply lines, removing the handle, and unscrewing the faucet and the housings. Look for O rings that seal each part. Could be a broken, or maybe some foreign material has gotten in the O ring grooves. Best bet would be to replace any O rings and tighten it all back securely. It should not have any Up and Down play, should only swivel side to side. I'm thinking O rings. While there, you can replace the seat seals and springs, so that you preclude any leaks from the faucet itself. Lowes, Home Depot, carry the repair kits for these faucets at a reasonable price. And they usually include the allen wrench and wrench to remove the handle and the body parts. And they are relatively inexpensive. Around 4 to 6 dollars. Its an easy fix.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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