Fixing Double Handled Gooseneck Faucet

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Gooseneck faucet – Fixing a double handled gooseneck kitchen faucet is no more difficult than setting any other kind of water. Especially if the problem is in the head, instead of in the taps. Examine the tap. Identify the problem. Select an action. In most cases, regardless of the specific problem, faucet repair is something most homeowners can handle on their own if they wish.

Posted on October 22, 2017 Hardware

So, to get the proper documentation for your gooseneck faucet. Get the right tools. Each rooster is different and some require unique tools. Get the right parts. While some parts, such as washers or O-rings are the same for all brands of taps and other parts, such as cartridges for compressing the taps, are unique for not only a particular manufacturer but to a particular tap.

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Remove the defective part. If the problem is a leak and you are sure, it is because of the head, the only way to fix it is to remove the entire gooseneck faucet. Clean or replace the part. If the problem is leaking, replace the washer or O-ring, where it connects to the fixture. The problem is with the flow, soak your aerator in vinegar for 24 hours, and then scrub it with a toothbrush. Put part. Reach under the tap mouth and screw it back into place.