|Posted by hj on December 26, 19100 at 19:36:53:|
|In response to Re: outside faucet leaks in wall when turned open|
the connection to the pipe is inside the wall, so you will have to open the drywall to get to it. Then you can unscrew the faucet and install a new one.
: I have a garden faucet that started leaking into the wall if I turn it on (we had a few freezing nights lately). If the faucet is closed, no leaking occurs. How is that possible? Does it needurgent attention?
: The faucet's brand is ABP USA and has a flange with 2 screwholes in the front. Can I screw this of and replace it?
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