Re: Noisey singing bathroom faucet.
Posted by Ed Hieb on April 09, 19100 at 16:46:35:
In response to Re: Noisey singing bathroom faucet.
: It's one of those Grome two handeled faucets, cold water side. I replaced the hard to find rubber thing that screws on to the stem deal. This rubber is what comes in contact with the seat and shuts off the water flow. What's happening is a singing noise that varies in pitch with the volume of water passing thru the faucet. Full blast no noise. I replaced both the hot and cold water rubber things but the cold is the only singer of the group, and it ain't no Bing Crosby! How do I stop the noise?


Most fo the time you just live with it and give
it music lessions or save the lession money
and buy a new faucet. usually the seat is
worn and the only cure is get a reamer set and
if you are a novice you are just spinning youir
shoe soles The old saying at the the begining of
this page DON'T SLEEP WITH A DRIP TONIGHT --
CALL A PLUMBER


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