Fix a leaking faucet in bathroom.
Hello These Hometalk links might be helpful to review.
I hope you can solve your problem.
Here is some info to help you with your problem.https://youtu.be/gLJUnLprcYw
Here is a step by step to repair your leaky faucet, the most likely cause is worn out washers:
It could just be a washer that needs replacing. Here's a link with more information:
Hello, scroll through these, there are lots of great posts on leaking faucets:
Here's a list of the most common causes of leaks and how to fix them: https://www.333help.com/8-common-causes-household-water-leaks/
Hi Jaycyne: Here are a couple of sites and some suggestions for before you start:
One important thing to do, after turning the water off and letting the faucet run until it stops, is when you are disassembling the faucet, get a hand towel, and a nickle. Lay the towel out flat and when you take something off, lay it on the towel. The first thing should be at the upper left, and everything after that should go to the right, just like you took it off. Get your phone out and take a picture of the washer just like you took it off, i.e., the narrow end down or up or whatever. A picture will remind you of how it came off. Then, take everything else off until it's empty. Use a rag to clean out the area and get all of the water out. Then, take the washer and put it in your pocket. Put the nickel where the washer was so you know which part it goes on after. Take the washer to the hardware or home improvement store, match it up and start to put the faucet back together, starting with the last piece you took off. When you get to the washer, look at the picture on your phone because you know you forgot which end goes down:) Snug everything down, turn on the water and see if anything squirts out. If not, then turn on the tap and check for leaks. You can do this, I have faith in you! Good luck
Look to fit a new washer to the tap..........., but turn off the water first at the mains!!
check this pin https://www.pinterest.com/pin/249809110566336976/
Here is a video from Home Depot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYPFon69vKs
Before you go buy washers, many faucets have lifetime warranties & at least free washer kits.
Check that out first.