Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

Typically this would be a quarter turn valve, and turning the key on the left would open the valve. It may or may not rotate 360 degrees, the design does not indicate that. Adding some oil or lubricant to all surfaces around the 'wing' cannot hurt. If you are able to cut off the flow with the blue valve, try releasing the screw on the side of the Mueller. ...


0

The basic requirement when two tiled/ceramic surfaces meet at an angle other than the same plane is to use silicone. Do not use grout as invariably there is movement which will crack the grout and allow water egress into other substrates and weaken them, which will give you a headache. Some things to check: Get a grout scraper and scrape the joints from ...


0

When you spray the tiles, where does the water come from? If the shower's plumbing, the leak may be arising from feed lines junctions beneath the tile at the head or the faucet handle. I'd start by spraying the tiles without using water from the shower's plumbing. Pour a few gallons of water from pails (filled elsewhere) onto the tile to confirm that the ...


1

Yes. The standard repair kit includes two small O rings (and springs) for the ball as well as two (or four) large O rings for the shaft. You're leaking from both sets of rings I think. I recommend that you also add a little silicone lube so the ball moves freely on the rings. Don't use oil or vaseline; they'll dissolve the neoprene rings. This Danco kit ...



Top 50 recent answers are included