How to Fix a Leaky Faucet | The Home Depot

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Repairing a leaky bathroom faucet is a quick, inexpensive fix that even the most amateur DIYer can tackle. For more helpful information, check out our How to Fix a Leaky Faucet Guide:

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Whether you need help with a kitchen sink or bathroom faucet, The Home Depot can help you with your leaky faucet repair.
Like the sink repaired here, sinks with two knobs or faucet handles are compression faucets. Learn more about how to fix leaky compression faucets in this guide:

A ball-type faucet is the most common type of faucet. Ball-type faucets have a knob directly above the spout that controls water flow and temperature depending on the direction the handle is twisted. Find more instruction on ball-type faucet repair in this guide:

If your faucet has a handle on top of the spout that uses an up/down motion to regulate water supply and left/right motion to control temperature, you’re working with a cartridge sink faucet. Check out this guide for repair information for cartridge sink faucets:

Once you have tightened or replaced any loose or faulty faucet parts, do a final test for leaks by turning back on the water supply to make certain that your dripping faucet is repaired.

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