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Old 07-21-2010, 08:42 PM   #1
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faucet leaks because the washer has a groove in it


In a pinch, if the washer is still flexible, is there any problem with just flipping over the washer, which now presents a flat surface again?

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faucet leaks because the washer has a groove in it


It will work for awhile if there isn't a groove in the seat.

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faucet leaks because the washer has a groove in it


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