When I turn on the hot or cold faucet the water spout on the basin appears to leak water into the cabinet. The water drips from the T-bar assembly underneath. What is the best way of tackling this problem?
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To solve any leak, you have to track it back to its source, not the destination.
Depending on the type of sink, it could be as easy as replacing a bad connection and adding some fresh teflon tape. Had it been only the hot or cold, you would have a chance that it's a bad valve, but with separate handles, the odds of both failing simultaneously are pretty slim. Worst case could require replacing the entire faucet.