How does a 2 Handle Faucet work?
Compression faucets have two separate handles. When the handle is turned, it raises or lowers a washer or seal that closes against a valve seat at the base of the stem to restrict water flow through the faucet body when you turn the handle off.
How do you remove a Delta faucet without screws?
How to Remove Double Faucet Handles without Screw:
- Step 1: Turn Off the Water.
- Step 2: Twist the Handle’s Base.
- Step 3: Remove the Screw.
- Step 4: Pull Out the Cartridge.
- Step 1: Remove the Button.
- Step 2: Remove the Allen Key.
- Step 3: Pull off the Faucet Handle.
- Step 4: Expose the Cartridge.
How do I tighten the nut under the kitchen sink faucet?
Use a basin wrench to tighten the nut the rest of the way. A basin wrench has jaws that clamp onto the nut and a long handle so you can reach it easily. Fit the jaws of the wrench around the nut and rotate the handle clockwise. The jaws automatically tighten when you do this.