07:36AM | 12/17/06
Member Since: 12/16/06
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So, I took apart the cold water faucet handle in the bathroom seak to see if I could identify the source of the drip. I then put it back together (3x, in a way that I at least thought was the original order), turned on the water, and viola - now no water even comes out! And yes, the supply line for water is open.

I'm baffled. I have everything threaded tightly, and there's only about three pieces when it's dissassembled anyway. Any guesses out there as to what's going on?


09:48AM | 12/17/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
1567 lifetime posts
This person sent no less then 11 E MAIL complaining about drip drip drip drip drip and asking how they can tell if the water dripping is hot or cold ( Takes brains to FEEL the water)

Any how I think this video may help you decide about fixing a faucet



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