I live in a condo and noticed the ceiling under my upstairs bathroom dripping water. When I checked the faucet, no leaking was seen at the top of the sink, but when i got down under the sink and turned either faucet on, I noticed water coming from the faucet/sink interface very high up.
I believe I have a compression-type faucet which is only two years old.
I do, at times, attach a garden hose with sprayer to the faucet's spout in order to fill my space cooler.
Any ideas about the source of my problem?
Most of what I've read about washer leaks involve leaks at the top of the sink, around the handle. Mine is underneath the sink.
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