The first step in fixing a leaking bathroom faucet is to shut off the water supply and close the sink drain. Tape the jaws of the wrench to avoid putting scratches on the fixture. Remove mineral deposits on the faucet pa... More »

To repair your Delta bathroom faucet, identify the issue; then, purchase and install replacement parts to fix the problem. Before you begin, determine your faucet type to find the right troubleshooting guide. Delta bathr... More »

To repair a Moen bathroom faucet, first determine the problem. If the faucet is leaking, look closely at the fixture to determine where the leak is coming from. Many faucet leaks are caused by a scratched o-ring or gromm... More »

To replace a bathroom faucet, the most important step is to pick out the correct faucet to fit the openings in the sink. Once this is accomplished, the process of replacing the faucet is simple, following a few basic ins... More »

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To replace a bathroom faucet, remove the original faucet and pop-up drain. Next, set the new faucet into the sink and hook the drain housing to the flange. Finally, install the new pop-up drain and check for leaks. More »

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Repair a leaking bathroom faucet that drips by replacing the compression washers. Some faucets do not use compression washers but require replacing O-rings or a cartridge. More »

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To install a bathroom sink, turn off the water supply, unscrew and remove the water lines, pull out the sink, caulk the sink hole, set the new sink inside, and reconnect the water lines. This 90-minute process requires a... More »

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