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Old 11-04-2015, 08:55 PM   #1
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Bath faucet handle has no screw


Hot water is dripping on my bathroom sink widespread faucet. I bought it in Home Depot in 2008. I don't know the manufacturer as there is no markings on it. The handle is smooth and I can't find set screws or any cap on it. Can someone tell me how to remove the handle? Can someone tell me the manufacturer and model number?

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tinypic.com/r/20f3m8m/9

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Old 11-04-2015, 09:47 PM   #2
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I have no idea what brand that is but look for a small hole where you can insert a hex wrench to remove it. It could have a little button covering over it.
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There is a cap or set screw somewhere....

Look closer
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Old 11-05-2015, 12:33 AM   #4
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Kinda looks like this one

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Glacier-B...8004/203294809

If you go to their website, they also have an installation guide which should tell you where everything is and also has a diagram of the handle for maintenance. If it's not the same faucet, it should be a somewhat similar repair anyway.

First make sure you shut off the water valve. Take off the tiny cap on the handle, which will have an allen wrench mini screw. Taking off this screw should release the handle and you can replace the cartridge. If it were me, I would definitely take the entire handle plus cartridge to Home Depot and tell them what's going on. They can help you identify the faucet and if it is Glacier Bay, it is their home brand of faucet. They should be able to give you any free replacement parts or whatever you need. If the part doesn't work, they should give you a full equal or similar replacement because of the lifetime warranty. Trust me, I've done it before.
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