A single handle bath-shower can be removed with the proper tools and a little bit of know-how. Remove a single handle bath-shower with help from a longtime plumber in this free video clip.
I'm Terry with Towers Murray Plumbing. Today, we're going to show you how to remove a bathroom faucet. First thing you need to do is remove the index button. Screw in the center of the handle, remove that. And, there should be one or two screws to remove on the faceplate. Most of them have Phillips head, some will take a flat blade. And now, your faceplate should be removed, or should be able to be removed. Each faucet's going to have a little different type of plate on it. Some will have an extra little sleeve that needs to be removed. Now, on your tub's spout part of the faucet, each one is a little bit different. Some of them have a set screw on the bottom that you'll use an Allen wrench for to be removed. Some of them will have threads on the backside, and you'll have to actually unscrew that spout. Now, we've shown you how to remove the trim on a faucet. The actual faucet itself , mounted behind the wall, you need to have access behind to remove that portion. And, I'm Terry with Towers Murray Plumbing, and we've shown you how to remove a single handle bathroom faucet.
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