How to Fix a Leak in a Tub Faucet?

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To fix a leak in a tub faucet you will first need to take the faucet apart. Before doing this you will need to purchase some replacement parts such as washers and valves. You should also turn off the water supply before taking the faucet apart. Once you have the faucet in pieces, examine each piece and replace the parts that are worn or broken.
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1. Shut off the water supply for the faucet. Look in the bathroom for a cut off valve for the bathtub. This may be located behind an access panel or in a cabinet. Rotate the water
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You don't have to put up with the slow drip from a leaky faucet, nor with the growing stain it often leaves in the tub or shower. Fix it now and you'll prevent those headaches and
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To fix a leaking faucet you need to replace the worn out washer inside the nozzle. Unscrew the nozzle and pull out the old washer. Put in a new washer and screw the nozzle back on.
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A cup of vinegar, a lot of lemon juice, and cream of tartar. get a good hard scrub brush and give it a lot of elbow grease. Good Luck!
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1. Shut off the water supply for the faucet. Look in the bathroom for a cut off valve for the bathtub. This may be located behind an access panel or in a cabinet ...
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