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  1. Plumbing
    Ancient 1950's laundry sink. These valves are to the point that we have to lightly tap them closed with a hammer to keep them from dripping. My question is, are there serviceable parts in the valve body or do we have to buy a whole new faucet assembly? Thanks in advance for your advice!
  2. Plumbing
    I'm guessing this old two valve to single spigot kitchen faucet needs a special wrench to remove the spigot for repacking. It is leaking (and I can't buy a new one or break open the wall.) See the pictures. It seems to need a wrench that does not hurt the threads but has a lip that engages...
  3. Plumbing
    hello, I'm new here and I have an old faucet that is dripping and I have cut the water off and removed the stem but I'm not sure where the washer is and how to stop it from dripping. It started out very slow and it has gotten worse. Any help would be appreciated.
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