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I have a kitchen faucet that will not stop dripping! It is a two-handled faucet. It is a washerless faucet and I can't find instructions on how to repair it. It is relatively new so perhaps it needs to go back to the manufacturer, but I'd rather avoid all that and try and fix it myself.
S from Chatsworth, CA
These faucets are usually very easy to repair. If there is a brand name on the faucet, make note of it for your trip to the hardware store later. I will try to give a general description of the repair, though your faucet may vary in part. The repair sequence is as follows:
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