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    I've a tap that won't close properly got it to a fast drip when I'm turning it off its like it's loose nd goes back on fast

    The dripping sound slightly maddening like a drum roll

    What do I need and how do I fix this
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    Quote Originally Posted by annabel taylor View Post
    I've a tap that won't close properly got it to a fast drip when I'm turning it off its like it's loose nd goes back on fast

    The dripping sound slightly maddening like a drum roll

    What do I need and how do I fix this
    Temporarily put a sponge under the drip to kill the maddening drum roll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by annabel taylor View Post
    I've a tap that won't close properly got it to a fast drip when I'm turning it off its like it's loose nd goes back on fast

    The dripping sound slightly maddening like a drum roll

    What do I need and how do I fix this
    Your tap needs a new washer. Cost you a couple of euros at most. It's a 10 min fix.
    You'll need a phillips head screwdriver. a flathead screwdriver and an adjustable spanner or vice grips to replace the washer. It's very simple.


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    If its as bad as you say, I usually replace the whole tap insert, not just the washer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by annabel taylor View Post
    I've a tap that won't close properly got it to a fast drip when I'm turning it off its like it's loose nd goes back on fast

    The dripping sound slightly maddening like a drum roll

    What do I need and how do I fix this
    All you need is your landlords no

    In the meantime put a face cloth or tea towel over the tap and it will get rid of the noise
    Last edited by Flappy; 15-10-15 at 08:04. Reason: But you prob want it fixed sometime before Xmas
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    Quote Originally Posted by annabel taylor View Post
    I've a tap that won't close properly got it to a fast drip when I'm turning it off its like it's loose nd goes back on fast

    The dripping sound slightly maddening like a drum roll

    What do I need and how do I fix this
    WTF? You think this is some kind of freebie forum where you can just flash your tits and we all come running?
    I can earn €1.50 a day fixing ladies leaks and you come along, no manners like, not even a please or thanks or a selfie and ask for FREE

    Just cos you do funny stuff bout talking to the animals like Dr Fecking Dolittle and flashing builders you think you somehows entitles like?

    You just another call out charge to the likes of me.

    Next you be saying "Oh look at that big spanner are you going to put that in my box?"

    No love, put yer ear muffs on Annaballs, you such a DICK!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quattroporte View Post
    Your tap needs a new washer. Cost you a couple of euros at most. It's a 10 min fix.
    You'll need a phillips head screwdriver. a flathead screwdriver and an adjustable spanner or vice grips to replace the washer. It's very simple.

    you expect a woman to do that, yes simple to us men. rocket science to women, just call local plumber

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stonie View Post
    you expect a woman to do that, yes simple to us men. rocket science to women, just call local plumber
    Its pretty straight foward by the looks of it
    I just don't have those tools

    Anyway I sorted with what I had and working fine
    Till my mate comes and just replace the whole thing

    No more drip drip drip
    Last edited by annabel taylor; 15-10-15 at 11:18.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stonie View Post
    you expect a woman to do that, yes simple to us men. rocket science to women, just call local plumber
    to be able to follow some basic instructions? Yes I do.
    I can sew on a replacement button, bake an excellent chocolate fondant and make pastry, and I've hands like shovels. No strength needed in replacing a tap washer or innards.





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    Quote Originally Posted by annabel taylor View Post
    Its pretty straight foward by the looks of it
    I just don't have those tools

    Anyway I sorted with what I had and working fine
    Till my mate comes and just replace the whole thing

    No more drip drip drip
    waiting for a thank you thread. Manners annaballs, manners!

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