White Kitchen Faucet Handles
White kitchen faucet – The handles of kitchen faucets are held in place by simple screws and bolts. A loose handles indicate that hold the bolt to be tightened. The two main types of handles are the standard, which is a handle each for hot and cold separated from the water tap and a tap and handle combination. A loose handles on either setup is simple to repair with basic tools. Repair faucet handles gives you a chance to inspect the faucet for potential problems with leaks.
Remove the plastic caps from the top of the handle. Plastic caps pop out with little pressure from a small, flat screwdriver. Remove the white kitchen faucet handle. On standard faucets and cartridge faucets are lever is pressed with a retaining screw. Phillips screwdriver, remove the screw that holds the type in place. On the disc or rotating ball taps, the handle is held in place with a screw-in bolt. Remove the bolt by means of an Allen wrench to turn the bolt counterclockwise. Lift the handle of the faucet after removing the retaining bolt or screw.
Tighten the lock-nut, packing nut, adjust ring or retaining screw. Standard white kitchen faucet uses a packing nut with two flat sides, which can be tightened with a wrench. Disc faucets are identified by the screws holding the actual valve assembly in place. Tighten the screw down with a screwdriver. Tightening a revolving ball tap, which has a grooved ring just below the handle by turning the grooved ring clockwise? Cartridge taps keeping the valve assembly in place with a round, smooth, packing nut. Lift the tap straight up out of the neck after removing the handle to locate the packing nut. Turn the packing nut counterclockwise with a wrench. Insert the tap, if removed, and the handle in reverse order of removal.