What to do if the bathroom faucet leaks?
Posted on April 02 2022
What to do if the bathroom faucet leaks? Leak treatment for bathroom faucets
Bathroom faucet is mainly used to control the size of the water outlet switch and water flow. The early sanitary faucets were screw-lifting. Until now, most of the bathroom faucets on the market are ceramic valve cores. The screw-lifting has basically been eliminated. In normal life, sometimes I find that the water from the bathroom faucet drips after tightening, and it keeps dripping from the bathroom faucet outlet or the joint, which not only causes a lot of waste, but sometimes its sound will also cause some Trouble. What to do if the bathroom faucet leaks? How to deal with the leakage of bathroom faucet?
In fact, the structure of the bathroom faucet is very simple. The maintenance of the leak can be repaired by yourself. Generally speaking, if the leak problem is replaced by the gasket parts such as the axial gasket or the triangular seal inside the bathroom faucet, Can be resolved. However, you must turn off the main bathroom faucet switch before renovating. Regarding the repair of water leaks at the joints of sanitary faucets, the reason for the leaks is nothing more than the damage of the water-proof tape that fastens the sanitary faucet part (fixing screws). Therefore, just use a wrench to remove the bathroom faucet, and re-roll a new waterproof tape in the place where the screw is fixed. The following are the maintenance steps:
First, fasten the bathroom faucet, and use a wrench to turn the bathroom faucet counterclockwise to remove it.
Secondly, wind the threaded hole outwards, and wind up the threaded part with windscreen tape 5-6 times.
Check whether the bathroom faucet has been adjusted in the clockwise direction with the water bolt wrench. After the final installation is completed, open the main switch and try to confirm whether there will still be water leakage. Even if the bathroom faucet is fastened, the reason for still leaking water is:
1. The cause of water leakage at the water outlet: it is caused by the wear of the axial gasket in the bathroom faucet. Use pliers to loosen and remove the gland bolt, take out the shaft washer with a clip, and replace it with a new shaft washer.
2. Leakage of the gap in the lower part of the faucet: It is caused by the wear of the triangular seal in the gland. You can loosen the screw to remove the bolt head, then loosen the gland, and then take out the triangle seal shop inside the gland and replace it with a new one.
3． Water leakage at the joint of the pipe: Generally, the cap nut is loose. At this time, you can re-tighten the cap nut or replace it with a new U-shaped gasket.
If the bathroom faucet finds that there is less water, it may be a leak. Because the water stop disk of the single-handle faucet is stuck with sand and stones, this phenomenon is still to find a professional repairman to disassemble the faucet to clean it, but if the rubber pad is damaged, it must replace. Generally speaking, the correct use of bathroom faucets means that the faucets should not be rotated too tightly. The pads of sauce faucets can maintain a life span of 7 or 8 years. However, the faucets in the hot water part tend to decrease due to heat expansion and contraction. Because of its longevity, it is generally recommended that the hot and cold pads be replaced regularly at the same time.