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Grab a beer and learn how to replace that annoying leaky faucet.  Sure, you could take it all apart and try to replace the “washer” — assuming it has a washer, which many now don’t — but why bother when you can replace the whole faucet for around $20 in ten minutes?  We’ll walk you through it.  (Podcast Download)

 

One Response to One Beer Projects: Fixing A Leaky Faucet

  1. Chris says:

    If you have a wife you are more than likely not going to get away with a $20 faucet set and you guys didn’t even mention that if the finish is different on the old one than the new one she picks out you are going to have to change the drain assembly out completely. No woman I know would be content with a bronze finish on the handles but a chrome drain assembly. I know that finding the right cartridge is a pain in the rear, but if you have a quality faucet made by one of the major manufactures they will send you a replacement for free most of the time. In my opinion that is the way to go.

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