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...faucet or to the property. Remove the handle and then procede to remove the stem. Sometimes you have to have a special hex wrench to remove the stem. The washer will be at the end of the stem. While ...

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...faucet washer replacement How do I remove valve stem from Speakman 2 handle shower faucet (1960's vintage) to replace washer? After removal of packing nut, stem unscrews but does not come out. there ...

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faucet. 2. double handle? (a)remove the center cap (b) then remove the screw holding the handle down (c)next unscrew the valve stem retaining nut (normally it is the one right above the faucet body).

Question about Hampton Two-Handle Bath/Shower Faucet ...

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...faucet (hot and cold) and remove the handle. Once you do this you will see a clip that hols the stem in place.Remove this clip and pull the stem out with the pliers and you can find a replacement at ...

...remove the faucet handles? I have removed the screws on the faucet just am not able to remove then to get to the stem. They make sockets for stems to break them loose from valve. It should have a ...

Question about FortĀ© Widespread Lavatory Faucet with Traditional Lever Handles

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...remove handle. Backsplash is only 2 inches behind the faucet and handle 1- Hanldle may have a cap that will come off to access screw to loosen or allen screw on the handle to remove it. First thing ...

Question about DELTA/PEERLESS FAUCET CO. 25901 TWO HANDLE LAVATORY FAUCET - CHROME

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Where does the rubber cup with the hole in it and the spring fit? They go in the bottom of the stem on most two handle faucet's, Remove stem and replace spring and seat onto it.

Question about Memoirs Centerset Lavatory Faucet with Classic Design in Vibrant Bru

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...turning as well. Removing the faucet stems and coating them( inside and out) with plumber's silicone lubricant should solve the problem. If the stem is too corroded, you may need to replace the

...faucet Remove knob Unscrew old stem Use flashlight to inspect seat for damage and corrosion. Dress or replace seat if necessary. Install new stem Reinstall knob Turn on water supply and check for ...

...faucet. Remove handle by taking off index button and removing screw. You may need to purchase a handle puller, 10-15 dollars, and a stem wrench set. After removing handle, place appropiate sized ...

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