To repair a leaking tub faucet, disassemble the faucet assembly and replace any worn or damaged washers, seals or gaskets. Worn washers, seals and gaskets are the culprit for many leaks, although not all. More »

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Most Kohler faucets and faucet accessories manufactured after Jan. 1, 1997, are warranted against leaks and drips for as long as the original purchaser owns the home. If a warranty-covered bathtub faucet requires service... More »

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Worn seals, rubber washers and gaskets in the valve assembly are the most common causes of leaks in tub faucets. Replacing these parts can solve most of the problems with tub faucets. More »

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Replacing a tub faucet involves removing the old faucet from the tub, replacing the old spout nipple with a new one and attaching a new faucet on the new nipple. Obtain a new faucet of the same style and size as the old ... More »

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Worn seals, rubber washers and gaskets in the valve assembly are the most common causes of leaks in tub faucets. Replacing these parts can solve most of the problems with tub faucets. More »

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Repair a leaking faucet by turning off the water and removing the handle and packing nut and stem. Remove the retaining screw on the bottom of the stem and the washer. Replace the washer with a new exact match, and rever... More »

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To fix a leaking Glacier Bay faucet, find where it is leaking and replace the cartridge. The cartridge valve controls water flow inside the faucet handle. More »