These are the steps I needed to complete.
1-turn the water off
2-take the fixture apart to gain access to the valve
3-NOT lose any of the parts
4-take valve out (easier said than done)
5-take valve to Home Depot to purchase the right valve
7-clean out valve
8-lubricate pipe (everything is better with lube right?)
9-slide valve back into place
10-put all valve pieces back together
11-turn water back on to test prior to fully assembling the fixture
13-reassemble the fixture
15-Give Hannah a hi 5 for a job well done.
Of course Hannah was there to tell me I was doing a great job and to tell me that it was O.K when I was getting frustrated. She's so good at giving encouragement.
|Here it is all taken apart|
|halfway put back together for testing|
|my helper, actually she spent most of the time fartin and stinkin up the bathroom. She did hand me some tools though.|
|All put back together|