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How to repair a Delta Single handle Bathroom sink faucet

 
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The Delta Single Handle Bathroom Lavatory faucet.

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Step by step instructions on how to repair your Delta single handle Lavatory bathroom sink faucet, yes you can do it yourself with the help of the following instructions, Please click on any image to see a larger image of the Delta single handle bathroom sink faucet.

This is the Delta Bathroom sink faucet we are going to repair. Please note: the internal parts for this Delta faucet are the exact same as the Delta single handle tub and shower faucet that used this same ball. Please see this page,
Delta 622 and other.

This is just a side view of the same delta single handle bathroom sink faucet.
As always turn the water off first, there should be valves under the sink to turn the water off, they may not turn or may start to leak once you touch them, This is what happened to me this time, so I hat to replace the valves under the sink or the stops as they are know in the trade. If you can not get the water off under the sink you will need to turn it off at the main water valve.
Test to be sure the water is off by opening the faucet, if you had to turn off the water main, water may flow for a minute or 2 before it stops flowing, if you turned it off under the sink and it is still flowing, the valves or stops are not holding the water and you will need to turn off the main water valve.

Once the water stops flowing, remove the little cap on the top of the handle, I was able to remove this one with my thumb nail but you may need to use a screw driver with a small plat head to pry it off.
Ok I got the Delta cap off the handle.

Now you need to remove the Philips screw in the center of the handle.
With the screw removed you should be able to pull up on the handle to remove it, this one came ff easy, some do not and you will need to use a handle removing toll to get it off.
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