How to Remove Shower Faucet?

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Before you remove a shower faucet, you first need to turn off the water supply. Then unscrew the handle of the faucet and remove the metal plate. Then remove the rest of the faucet from out the wall.
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How to Remove a Shower Faucet
Removing a shower faucet is much easier than you might think. There are few components involved. But for the very precise and careful do-it-yourselfer, these step-by-step instructions will help you whether you are changing the faucet hardware or if you... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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I hate to get soaked before starting a job, so I am going to ask you to first shut off the water supply to the shower faucet. Next, assuming you have purchased the new faucet, I will need you to gather some basic tools, like a pair of pliers and an adjustable wrench. You will need some more, but this is a start. Once this is done, we can begin. Ready? You can find out more information here: www.indepthinfo.com
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1. Remove the cap covering the handle (the plastic or metal cover with an H or C on it) It is best to use a flat-head screwdriver to just pop it out. 2. Remove the screw with a Phillips
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The first step in replacing a shower faucet is getting access from behind the wall. Most homes have access panels and if yours doesn't, you will have to make one in the wall behind
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Depends on the type already installed
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You should just have to unscrew it. You may need a pipe wrench if it is too tight.
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1. Remove the cap covering the handle (the plastic or metal cover with an H or C on it). It is best to use a flat-head screwdriver to just pop it out. 2. Remove ...
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