First, determine the source of the leak. If water is leaking from underneath the handle onto the counter, the stem of whichever handle is leaking needs to be replaced. If water is dripping from the faucet, turn off the hot wat...
Turning counterclockwise, remove the old Tub Spout. If your Tub Spout has a set screw holding it in place, be sure to remove that prior to rotating the Spout off. If your Tub Spout is hard to remove, you may need to use the end o...
These instructions are meant for traditional flapper style toilets. For other types of toilets, please follow manufacturer directions for installing the appropriate Flush Valve. Turn off the water supply to the Toilet. Flush th...
For this type of Handle, remove the Set Screw with a Screwdriver and then remove the Handle. If you have a Knob Style Handle, remove the Handle Button by prying off with a Screwdriver, then unscrew the Handle Screw and remove the...
Turn off the water supply to the Toilet. Flush the Toilet to drain the water from the Tank.
Turn off the water supply to the Toilet. Unscrew the Float Rod from the top of the Fill Valve. Discard the old Float Rod and Float.
Turn off the water supply to the Sink. Pry the Handle Cap off the Handle to reveal the Set Screw.
Turn off the water supply to the sink. Remove the handle screw with an Allen Wrench, then remove the handle from the Faucet.
Turn off the water supply to Toilet. Flush the Toilet to drain the water. Disconnect the Flapper Chain or Tank Ball Lift Wire from the existing Handle Assembly Lever Arm.
Remove the Handle Button by prying it off with a Flathead Screwdriver. Remove the Handle’s Set Screw with a Phillips Screwdriver by turning in a counterclockwise direction to release the Handle.
Turning counterclockwise, unscrew the old Aerator from the Faucet Spout. If your Aerator has been in place for awhile, you may need to use Adjustable Pliers to loosen.
Remove the Mounting Screws from the old Overflow Plate and remove and discard your old Overflow Plate. But, keep the Screws, as you will use those to attach the new Overflow Plate.
If you find that your water bill is on the rise, you should check your toilet to make sure you don't have a leak. One way to easily check for a leak is to place food coloring in the water in your tank. If you see the color drip into the bowl without flushing, you may have a leak. Replacing your toilet flapper to ensure a tight seal can usually fix this problem.
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