|Posted by hj on May 08, 2002 at 22:20:50:|
|In response to Re: replacing bathtub faucet|
If you are not handy, call a plumber. Unless you have a major problem he/she will be able to repair it. Replacing it would be a major task and you do not want to do it unless it is really necessary.
: My bathtub faucet runs no matter ho hard I try to turn it off! It is an older home and I wanted to know if It would be better to replace the faucet (two knobs a hot and cold) or fix the constant dripping, or rather running water in my bathtub? and of course How do I either replace it or fix it? Pleeeease help, I am really not very handy. Pat
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