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Water leaking from the faucet onto the countertop.

I have a single handle kitchen faucet. Recently I had to repair a drip from the faucet and not long after that water started leaking from the bottom of the faucet onto the countertop. It is a very big leak. I have turned off the water and only use it if I absolutely have to. Can someone please tell me how to fix this?

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Check out this web site and it looks like it should be a o ring at the base, anyway I hope this will be helpful.
It has a breakdown of faucet internal parts.

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