How to disassemble a plastic faucet leaking 1. The most […]
How to disassemble a plastic faucet leaking
1. The most common solution to a water leakage is to use pliers to turn counterclockwise to remove the faucet, wrap five to six turns of water-stop tape clockwise on the screw fixing place, and then install the plastic faucet clockwise. 2. If water leaks due to wear of the shaft gasket, you can use a vise to remove the gland, use tweezers to clamp out the shaft gasket, and replace it with a new one.
3. If you want to replace the triangular gasket, you can use a screwdriver to turn the screw on the bolt head, remove it and then remove the gland. The triangular gasket is on the inside of the gland, just replace it. 4. If there is serious water leakage at the joint of the connection pipe, only use a screwdriver to tighten the cap nut. If the problem cannot be solved, the U-shaped gasket has to be replaced with a new one. 5. The fault of the water stop disk is not easy to repair. It needs to be completely disassembled for cleaning. This fault is mostly caused by the local tap water is not clean enough to clean the memory sand and gravel. 6. If the rubber pad is found to be damaged, it must be replaced immediately.
What is the reason for the dripping of the faucet|How to repair it?
1. The faucet still leaks water after the valve core is closed. This phenomenon may be caused by the loosening of the pressure cap and the loosening of the valve core and unable to seal the water. The solution is to remove the handle and decorative cover, and tighten the pressure cap again. There is another possibility The rubber ring at the bottom of the valve core is deformed and cannot be sealed. The solution is to take out the valve core, check the bottom rubber ring, reset it and reinstall it.
2. The phenomenon of water seeping from around the spool may be caused by loosening or displacement of the spool. The solution is to take out the spool and reinstall it again. The solution is to replace the spool. 4. Water leakage at the bottom of the faucet is generally caused by the O-ring of the inlet pipe not being installed or deformed. The solution is to unscrew the hose. If the O-ring is not deformed, connect the O-ring and the inlet pipe. Put it on again and install it again. If you find that the O-ring is deformed, replace the O-ring.