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Kitchen Sink Faucets : How Do I Stop a Leaking Faucet?
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Why are the pipes under my sink leaking?
Blocked drains, loose connections and corrosion are usually the reason why your drain line pipes spring leaks. Start by tightening up all of your connections and compression nuts with a wrench. If the pipes are still leaking, it’s time to address blockages.
How do I fix the drain pipe in my wall?
How to Fix a Broken Pipe Inside a Wall
- Cut out sections of the damaged drywall with a saw.
- Wrap a sheet around the pipe and move around until it gets wet.
- Place a container under the broken pipe.
- Cut the pipe below the leak.
- Dry the pipe.
- Cut above the leak with a pipe cutter again.
- Clean the pipe.
- Mount a copper repair sleeve.
How do I fix a leaking P trap under my sink?
If the leak is occurring at one of the joints between pipes, try tightening the slip nuts. On a metal trap, tighten them hand tight plus about a half turn, using slip-joint pliers to grip the nut. On a plastic trap, just hand tighten, and, if needed, give the nut about a quarter of a turn with slip-joint pliers.
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