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I have delta palo model kitchen faucet that has a drip coming from under the handle how do I fix this?

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Delta faucets have a lifetime warranty. Call them and tell them, they will send you a rebuild kit. You can rebuild the whole faucet, it will work like new again.

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If you are not comfortable dealing with plumbing issues I would highly recommend calling a licenced plumber. The part is free so its simply the plumbers time.
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