How do you repair a diverter valve?

Answer

To repair your diverter valve, remove the knob and the face plate covering the diverter, using a screwdriver and a wrench to loosen the pieces. Open the valve on the diverter and tighten the inside nut on the stem until the leaking water stops. When finished with the repairs, replace the face plate and the knob on the faucet.
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