1. The faucet still effluent after the spool is closed […]
1. The faucet still effluent after the spool is closed
This phenomenon may be caused by the looseness of the pressure cap, the looseness of the valve core, the deformation of the valve ring, and the failure to seal the water. The solution is to take out the valve core, check the bottom rubber ring, reset it and reinstall it.
2. Water seeps from around the spool
This phenomenon may be caused by loose or displaced spool. The solution is to remove the spool and reinstall it once.
3. Water seeps from the middle of the spool
This phenomenon is the damage of the spool, the solution is to replace the spool.
4, the bottom of the faucet leaks
This phenomenon is generally caused by the unfilled or deformed O-ring of the inlet pipe. The solution is to unscrew the hose. If the O-ring is not deformed, the O-ring and the inlet pipe are re-assembled. Yes, if the O-ring is found to be deformed, replace the O-ring.