How to fix a leaky faucet

Published On: August 27, 20142 Comments on How to fix a leaky faucetTags: , Last Updated: February 23, 20240.9 min read

Leaking kitchen faucet can be very annoying when it slowly drips the entire night. Normally, you will not call the plumber because you can buy a new kitchen faucet for the price of the repair. Kitchen faucets are not that complicated and there are few typical places where the leak usually appears. You don’t need special tools and special knowledge to fix a leaky faucet and the problem is usually in the rubber rings and gasket which costs few cents a piece.

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This video below will show you how to fix a leaky faucet with a single handle design. Normally we cannot anticipate every problem but the video covers the basics for repairing this type of faucet. All you need is an Adjustable Wrench and All in one Screwdriver and normally spare parts when you figure out what part is faulty.

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  1. Handyman Tips March 14, 2016 at 9:23 am

    Hi Mark!

    Not exactly faucet related but OK ;-) If the water is coming down the drain pipe then it’s most likely the rubber seal under the metal ring on the drain! You have a little screw in the center of the drain, unscrew it and remove the metal part of the drain and underneath is the rubber ring that probably needs to be replaced!

  2. Mark Harvey@ allfaucetsworld.com March 14, 2016 at 5:11 am

    I have water leak under my bathtub. water coming down the drain pipe. i can’t find where is the leak coming from.How can find my problem. Please help

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